Bond 2017

The Round Rock ISD Board of Trustees unanimously approved a Bond Election for May 6, 2017, after extensive community review and feedback evaluating the District’s needs to address Growth, Innovation, and Safety.  Voters are asked to consider three propositions totaling $572.1 million.

Bond Overview

Tax Rate Overview

6 Things to Know About Innovation

Proposition Overview

6 Things to Know About High Schools

Bond 2017 Proposition 1

Addresses the priority of growth, safety and capital renewal and replacement projects in Round Rock ISD and includes:

Building new Elementary School in Northeast Round Rock
Building new High School with Auditorium
Complete Phase 4 Master Plan at Westwood HS
Complete Phase 2 Master Plan at McNeil HS
Enhance safety technology at all campuses
Replace and add buses to accommodate growth
Technology device and infrastructure refresh at all campuses

Estimated cost: $381.7 million

Proposition 1 Projects

Bond 2017 Proposition 2

Addresses items identified in the District’s Strategic Plan related to growth and innovation in Round Rock ISD and includes:

Building a Career Tech High School
Transforming C.D. Fulkes MS into a Visual and Performing Arts Middle School
Designing the structure for Early College and Health Professions High School
Expansions at designated elementary, middle and high schools

Estimated cost: $133.6 million

Proposition 2 Projects

Bond 2017 Proposition 3

Addresses fine arts and athletic facilities and includes:

Building an indoor aquatic center
Building a third outdoor athletic facility
Upgrading Dragon Stadium
Designing auditoriums at Round Rock and Westwood high schools
Establishing athletic training facilities at Chisholm Trail and Grisham middle schools
Enhancing middle school athletic facilities Districtwide
Purchasing land for future development

Estimated cost: $56.8 million

Proposition 3 Projects

Special Note on Capital Renewal and Replacement Projects

Following the 2014 Bond, the Board approved the purchase of software that can inventory and condition assessment.  By doing so, the equipment and systems could then be assessed to their current condition and expected life cycle and cost.  In March 2015, the facility condition assessment began. This included exterior closures, roofing, interior construction and finishes, plumbing, HVAC, fire protection and electrical systems.

“Reflects the total value after a homestead exemption, based on the average value of a Round Rock ISD home in 2016-17. A change in taxable value may have a different impact.”