City leaders in Billings are having an ongoing discussion about a proposed public safety levy.
On Thursday, they took their information to the billings heights, where a small crowd showed up to ask questions.
City managers explained what would happen if the public safety levy passes, and also if it doesn't pass
One resident is worried tax money from the levy won't go to the police and fire departments.
But, he was reassured it will.
City administrator Tina Volek says there is a small chance homeowners will pay more on a reappraised home, another concern of residents.
The meetings are designed as an opportunity for the public to ask questions and get some answers.