In November 2014, the Austin Community College District will hold a bond and property tax cap election to address the college’s most urgent needs. The propositions focus on building the infrastructure and systems to support the Central Texas workforce.
- Proposition 1: Planning and construction for future growth
- Proposition 2: Existing campus growth and renovation
- Tax cap election: Operation of new programs, tuition stabilization, and more
The 2014 bond package totals $386 million, with an anticipated total tax impact of approximately 2 cents. The proposed tax cap increase is 3 cents, phased in over time.
This is the first ACC bond or tax cap election since 2003. The college completed all 2003 projects on time and under budget – and strategic planning allowed ACC to do more than promised.
Bond Info Presentation Video
ACC hosted campus sessions to provide information about the election. Watch one of the presentations here.
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