Wild Spaces and Public Places is Back on the Ballot November 8, 2022


This year, Alachua County voters will decide whether to continue to preserve our land and water and improve parks, and to also improve our roads, renovate fire stations and other public facilities, and provide affordable housing. 

If approved, this ballot measure will dedicate half the funding over ten years to continue the Alachua County Forever Program to acquire and improve environmentally sensitive lands to protect drinking water sources, water quality, and wildlife habitat, and to create, improve and maintain parks and recreational facilities in all cities and the county.    

The other half of the funding will enable projects to improve conditions of existing roadways and improve traffic safety, provide affordable housing, and improve conditions of our civic infrastructure that we all share.