November 2014 Bond and Tax Election
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 into the future.
This is the first ACC bond or tax cap election since 2003.
Giving Voters Options
Trustees divided the bond into two propositions totaling $386 million—an approximate 2-cent increase in the property tax rate to be phased in over time. Learn more about the bond propositions.
Trustees also called for a vote on incrementally increasing the college’s property tax cap by a total of 3 cents to, among other things, help stabilize tuition costs, cover deferred maintenance, and expand programs for veterans and adult learners. Learn more about the maintenance and operations (M&O) tax cap election.
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