Disclosure & accountability
84 cents per month is a small price to pay to provide adequate parks and trails and to protect some of the last remaining natural areas and parkland in Polk County. The Polk County Conservation Board will determine how funds are spent and full public disclosure of all expenditures will be required. Learn More...
Preserving wildlife habitats
Protecting and restoring wetlands and other natural areas along rivers and streams can help buffer communities from flooding and prevent future costly flood damages. Polk County’s land, water, and wildlife are our natural heritage and we have a stewardship responsibility to protect and preserve them. The Polk County Water & Land Legacy bond will help protect and preserve natural areas that provide access to hunting & fishing as well as helping improve water quality.
Protecting natural areas
Protecting natural areas can play a very important role in preserving the quality of life in Polk County. Parks and natural areas provide spaces where families and children can safely walk, run and bicycle – improving the physical health of Polk County residents, reducing obesity and reducing health care costs. The Polk County Water & Land Legacy Bond will protect these natural areas for future generations of residents and help Polk County grow.