In November 2021, voters within TVF&R's service area approved Measure 34-308, which allows Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue to issue $122 million in proposed general obligation bonds for emergency services. Because new bonds will replace old debt, there will not be an increase in TVF&R’s total tax rate.
Funds will be used to replace response vehicles, improve fire station security and seismic reinforcement, construct safety upgrades for the TVF&R training center, and purchase land for future fire stations.
In November 2006, 68.6 percent of voters approved a $77.5 million general obligation bond for capital improvements. The projects funded by this bond are occurring throughout our entire service area and are expected to improve and maintain our response to emergency incidents in the next 50 years. Capital Construction Project List