Protecting Neighborhoods with Practical Transportation Solutions…
As ACHD Commissioner, Rebecca Arnold has spent the past eight years improving Ada County residents’ quality of life by ensuring funding for community transportation projects that provide safe routes for children to walk and bike to school by filling in gaps in sidewalks and bike lanes and by reducing traffic congestion to save citizens time and money.
Rebecca has seen how neglect of neighborhoods in other cities leads to a decline in the quality of life and property values. Her leadership has provided practical transportation solutions that allow neighborhoods to thrive with less congestion and with better health, safety and efficiency…all while holding the line on property taxes. She and her fellow ACHD commissioners have declined the allowable tax increases provided under state law and kept the amount of property taxes that goes to ACHD at the same level for four years in a row.
When re-elected, REBECCA ARNOLD vows to continue her efforts to:
• Reduce traffic congestion & improve air quality
• Invest in neighborhoods through community improvement projects
• Provide a cost effective transportation system and avoid raising taxes
• Assure transparency & public involvement in the decision-making process