WILD SPACES & PUBLIC PLACES PASSES
Alachua County voters pass the Wild Spaces and Public Places Referendum
Thank you! Wild Spaces and Public Places was passed with 60.4% of the vote!
Alachua County has been authorized to 1) extend the Alachua County Forever Program to acquire and improve environmentally sensitive lands to protect drinking water sources, water quality, and wildlife habitat, and 2) create, improve and maintain parks and recreational facilities in all cities and the county, with citizen oversight and independent audit, by the levy of a one-half percent sales tax for eight years starting January 1, 2017.