City bond election on Tuesday, Nov. 5
Four propositions for public safety, parks and library expansion, improvements
Election Information | News Release
The City of Round Rock will hold a bond election on Tuesday, Nov. 5. There will be four propositions on the ballot.
If voters approved all four propositions, which total $123.6 million the impact to the owner of an average-value home (currently $181,526) could be around $11 a month after all the bonds are sold. That estimate is based on an assumption of 3 percent annual growth in property values, and bond interest rates ranging from 4.35 to 5.25 percent. For more details on the financial impact estimate, click here.
A Bond Advisory Commission met regularly from March through June to review projects that could be funded with bond proceeds. Commission Chair Mike Freeman presented the Commission’s recommendation (PDF) to the City Council on July 11.
Early voting was from Oct. 21 to Nov. 1. For a complete list of Nov. 5 election day polling places, click here.
Posted: Monday, November 04, 2013