Will I receive an invoice?
No. On June 4, 2014 the Dayton City Commission adopted a resolution that began the process to implement a street light improvement. As part of that process, state law requires that we notify property owners by certified mail if their proposed parcel assessment is greater than $250 over the assessment period. State law also requires the City to publish two legal advertisements in a newspaper of general circulation. The City Commission is scheduled to vote on final adoption of the assessment on Wednesday, July 30, 2014. If passed, the City will accept payments from July 31, 2014 until August 29, 2014.

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1. What is a special assessment?
2. Why is the City utilizing a Street Light Special Assessment?
3. Who is being assessed?
4. How is the assessment calculated?
5. Where can I Go to locate my assessment?
6. How long will the assessment last?
7. What areas have been exempted and why?
8. How will I be charged for the assessment?
9. Will I receive an invoice?
10. How does this special assessment benefit me?
11. What are the standards?
12. Who do I contact with further questions?