How will I know about any public meetings concerning a proposed project?
There are at minimum two public hearings scheduled for each project -- one at the time the local improvement district is formed prior to construction and one after construction before the City Council levies the assessment. Property owners are mailed notices for these hearings and for other milestones in the life of the project.

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1. What is an irrevocable petition (IP)?
2. What types of projects are associated with an IP?
3. How can I get a copy of the petition?
4. When could the construction occur?
5. What if I don’t want the proposed improvement?
6. How will I know about any public meetings concerning a proposed project?
7. How do I pay for the improvements?
8. Why is there an IP on my property?