The City of Portland uses funds collected from City Income Tax for street improvements. The dollar amount varies year to year, depending on income. The net income available for street projects has averaged $569,433 to $601,696 per year between 2000-2019.
In 2016, City street conditions were rated according to the PASER rating system. Based on the streets' PASER rating and an assessment of the condition of the water and sewer infrastructure, the Capital Improvement Planning 2017 to 2027 document below lists the streets most likely to be reconstructed with Income Tax funds in the future: