Determining the financial feasibility for any organization's long-term viability is paramount. The Incorporate Vail AZ (IVA) organization commissioned the formation of a Technical Advisory Committee to create a feasibility analysis for the proposed Town of Vail. The 17MG pro-forma DOCUMENT is now available for your review.
From the 2019 Arizona Daily Star ARTICLE, “I believe that we should be aggressive in trying to annex as much as we possibly can in the city of Tucson,” (now Mayor) Romero said. “I voted for each and every one of the annexations the past 12 years. If there are communities that do not want to annex into Tucson for whatever crazy reason that is, I feel they should incorporate.”
Thoughts by Rob Samuelsen on what an amazing town it would be if Vail was incorporated.
During the December Town Hall, the audience enjoyed this before the main presentation.
Most often asked questions - Will incorporation raise my taxes or add another layer of government?
During the December Town Hall event, the financial feasibility study was presented. Here is the detail behind the revenue estimates (slides 17-20) and expense estimates (slides 21-24).
This is a summary from the previous attempt to incorporate Vail.
Prepared by Pima County, this concept map represents the "outer limit" that might be included in an incorporation. THIS IS NOT THE FINAL BOUNDARY, but an area of interest being considered.
This manual is prepared by the League of Arizona Cities and Towns, and it provides information about the legal process to incorporate in Arizona. It also provides a brief discussion of some of the advantages and disadvantages of incorporation.
This publication is prepared by the League of Arizona Cities and Towns and explains the process any municipality will undergo to bring unincorporated lands into an existing city or town.
Here is all the information from the Town Hall held on Thursday, December 1st in the Student
Union at Cienega High School.
Video of the speakers (NEW)
Detail behind the revenue and expense estimates (presentation slides 17-24).
Questions from the audience
A Town Hall was held on Thursday, December 1st in the Student Union at Cienega High School.
September's six neighborhood meetings are now over. Each meeting had awesome questions asked and we thank each and every resident who attended. For those who could not attend, the presentation is now available below.
A Town Hall was held on Wednesday, August 17th, 6 PM to 8 PM. in the Student Union at Cienega High School.
As Vail continues to grow, we need to plan how our future will look.
This video has been prepared by League of Arizona Cities and Towns to explain the incorporation process.
This video was prepared by The County Seat TV to explain the differences between a county and a city.