It's not just residents who enjoy spending time in Diamond Bar – It's also visitors from nearby cities, employees, and passersby.
And they all have access to Diamond Bar amenities and public spaces and resources, including parks and trails, special events, roads and streets.
While visiting, out-of-towners and commuters often also shop and dine in town which generates local sales tax than is then used to pay for a variety of essential city services ranging from park, facility and road maintenance to public safety and recreation services.
This November, Diamond Bar voters will decide whether or not to pass Measure DB, a local sales tax measure, which will generate local funding to continue to maintain much of what makes Diamond Bar a desirable place to visit and pass the time.
Do you know much Measure DB can potentially generate? How about the difference between sales tax and property tax? Find the answers to these and other questions by taking a Quick Quiz – it's only three-and-a-half minutes long and consists of five questions. You'll have 10 seconds to answer each question.