Voters in the Canyon Independent School District will be headed to the polls this fall to decide whether to grant a $200 million bond issue for the district.
On Monday night, Canyon ISD trustees voted unanimously to order an election in November to decide the fate of a $200 million bond issue for school improvements. Suggestions for items to be included in the bond were funneled through a citizen committee before becoming part of the final bond plan. New campuses, renovations and upgrades will all be included as issues in the election.
If approved, officials say taxpayers could be looking at paying upwards of $17 more in property taxes each month on average.
Voters will decide this election in November general election.