Birdville Bonds

Early voting is Oct. 24 – Nov. 4, and Election Day is Nov. 8. 

  • Bond22 - Birdville ISD

  • On Aug. 18, Birdville ISD’s Board of Trustees unanimously called for a bond election to be held as part of the general election on Nov. 8. BISD voters are being asked to consider three propositions totaling $359.8 million bond package that was developed with extensive community input by a diverse group of citizens from all parts of the District. The package approved by the Board addresses: safety and security upgrades at every campus; replacing three campuses with two (Mullendore Elementary and David E. Smith Elementary/W.T. Francisco Elementary [Partner School]); expansion of the Haltom High School cafeteria; critical repair/renovation needs requiring action in the next three years; indoor multipurpose activity centers at the three high schools; and technology upgrades Districtwide. This plan impacts every student, staff member, facility and community served by BISD.

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  • $0 School Tax Rate Impact | School property tax rates will not increase as a result of this bond proposal.

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  • Important Notice. Please Read.
    Birdville ISD’s bond referendum will not increase the property tax rate for homeowners or businesses. However, a new state law requires all school bond referendum propositions to include ballot language that reads “THIS IS A PROPERTY TAX INCREASE.” Passage of the bond package will not result in an increase in the property tax rate, despite the ballot language stating that there will be a tax increase. 

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