New fire code requires all houses now have visible addresses anyway. Standardization promotes safety. Direct your dollars to the City (not Home Depot) and save a Park!
Cut spending at the Department of Transportation. The 2010 budget shows 790 FTEs in the department; cut this to 725 and reduce street repair spending from $18 million to $10 million.
I suggest you implement red light cameras at most red lights in the city. This would raise millions in needed revenue and discourage dangerous lawbreaking.
But please, find a more local contractor that is not based in Arizona.
I suggest you set market-rate parking rates for parking on public land. This includes parking meters, city parking lots, and street parking. Parking would remain free or very low cost in less dense neighborhoods where the market rate is close to $0. It would be higher in dense areas like downtown, Capitol Hill, and Belltown. Businesses would not be hurt because parking costs would be based on what the market will ...more »
Only do needed road maintenance, not adding sidewalks, bike lanes, etc.
(You don't have a category for transportation so putting under effective government)