The City of Jackson uses City Street, Water and Sewer funds for infrastructure improvement projects, which come from taxes, to pay for street construction projects. Special assessments, along with state and federal funds are also used to offset the cost of projects. A breakdown of spending shows spending on infrastructure projects increased 152.6% from 2012 to 2021. A total of $105 million in City funds have gone toward dozens of projects, resulting in 21.5 miles of roadway seeing new pavement.
A year-by-year funding breakdown is available on this page. This information is also available in a PDF document for closer review.