Paying for well-maintained roads is an issue for cities across the U.S. and Federal Heights, Colorado is no exception. The city faces a recurring annual shortfall of $250,000 to adequately fund local road projects. Many residents have started to complain about the state of our roads. Additional funding would allow the city to more quickly improve and maintain the city roads. The Mayor and City Council are beginning to explore options for additional funding and we’d like your input!