Transportation Benefit District
Transportation Benefit District History
The Longview Transportation Benefit District (TBD) was established on December 15, 2016 by Ordinance No. 3334, and a $20 motor vehicle license renewal fee was adopted on February 9, 2017.
2018 – 2022
The City has completed four of our highest prioritized capital projects including:
- 15th Avenue Resurfacing,
- Nichols Blvd Resurfacing,
- Oregon Way Resurfacing,
- California Way Resurfacing.
In 2022 we used the TBD funds to hire an additional 3-person street maintenance crew. This crew is tasked with: Replacing concrete street panels, repairing asphalt streets, chip sealing streets, crack sealing, and fixing potholes. Productivity among these tasks is up 162%.
On January 12, 2023 the motor vehicle license renewal fee was increased to $40. With these additional funds we are planning to systematically and strategically tackle our next priority projects.
The next five projects on the priority list are:
- Oregon Way, Beech to Industrial Way;
- Glenwood, Pacific to Columbia Heights;
- Columbia Heights, Cascade to Fishers Lane
- NW Nichols, Louisiana to Ocean Beach Highway
- NE Nichols, Louisiana to Ocean Beach Highway
Presentation provided to City Council
Transportation Benefit District Annual Report
- View the most recent Transportation Benefit District Annual Report (PDF)
- View past Transportation Benefit District Annual Reports
Requesting A Refund
To request a refund of the Transportation Benefit District $40 tab fee, please print and fill out the form and mail it in with the requested documents. Note: You must live outside the city limits of Longview.