Alfalfa residents are trying to put the issue on the November ballot to allow them to create a fire district to better train their volunteer fire department.
David Warren has worked to get the issue before voters the last several months.
"We're hearing absolutely overwhelming support. Everyone contacted has been very supportive. We've heard a few concerns, but overwhelmingly there's be way more people who support it than don't. Even more than I hoped for, honestly."
The public hearing is Tuesday night at the Alfalfa community Hall, beginning at 6 P.M.
If approved, Alfalfa residents would pay a tax rate of up to $1.75 per one thousand dollars of assessed property value.