Round Rock Chamber Board Unanimously Approves Endorsement of the Williamson County $884M Bond Referendum
The Round Rock Chamber Board of Directors voted and unanimously approved an endorsement of the Williamson County Bond Referendum during its regular board meeting on September 28.
The bond election includes two propositions on the November 7, 2023 ballot. Proposition A names 38 road projects located in all four county precincts that vary from right-of-way acquisitions to design to full construction for a cost not to exceed $825 million.
Proposition B is focused on parks and recreation improvements, trails, and acquisition of future parklands for a cost not to exceed $59 million.
If approved by voters, Williamson County estimates that the two bond propositions will not result in an increase in the county’s debt service tax rate of $.1339 per $100 of valuation. However, due to increases in property values, property owners might see an increase in their tax bill.
The public is invited to learn about the proposed projects included in the upcoming road and park bond election during Williamson County Open Houses. The Round Rock Open House is on Tuesday, October 10, at the J.B. & Hallie Jester Annex, 1801 East Old Settlers Boulevard, Round Rock.
The election is on Tuesday, November 7, and early voting begins on Monday, October 23. More information is available on the Williamson County elections website.
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