Learn about bond proposals at campus info sessions

Faculty, staff, and students are invited to hear details and ask questions about the upcoming ACC bond and property tax cap election at information sessions on each campus beginning September 29.

On November 4, registered voters residing within the ACC District will decide three initiatives: two separate bond propositions and a proposed increase to the cap on the college’s maintenance and operations (M&O) tax rate.

Proceeds from the bonds would be used to renovate and expand several campuses, build a Leander campus, and purchase land for a workforce campus in southeast Travis County. The M&O tax revenues would be used for campus upkeep and operations, as well as to fund new programs and hire and retain high-caliber faculty and staff.

Information sessions by campus

Session dates and times listed below are subject to change; confirm dates at austincc.edu/bond.

While the sessions are geared to the ACC community, the public is welcome. Sessions will last about 1 hour.

Campus Date and time Location
Cypress Creek Mon., Oct. 6; 1 p.m. Bldg. 2000; Rm. 2223
Eastview Thurs., Oct. 9; 9 a.m. Bldg. 8000; Rm. 8111
Elgin Wed., Oct. 1; 1 p.m. Main bldg.; Rm. 1143
Hays Mon., Sept. 29; 10 a.m. Main bldg.; Rm. 1212
Highland Campus Wed., Oct. 8; 10 a.m. Social staircase
Highland Business Center Tues., Oct. 7; 10 a.m. Rm. 301
Northridge Fri., Oct. 10; 1 p.m. Bldg. 3000; Rm. 3140
Pinnacle Thurs., Oct. 2; 10 a.m. Main bldg.; Rm. 1013
Rio Grande Wed., Oct. 8; 1 p.m. Main floor; Kinslow lounge
Riverside Mon. Sept. 29; 1 p.m. Bldg. G; Rm. 9136
Round Rock Wed., Oct. 1; 10 a.m. Bldg. 2000;Â Rm. 2131
Service Center Thurs., Oct. 2; 1 p.m. Main bldg.; Rm. 133
South Austin Tues., Sept. 30; 10 a.m. Main bldg.; Rm. 1130


Important election dates and deadlines

Last day to register to vote for November 4 election: Monday, October 6

Early voting period: Monday, October 20 – Friday, October 31

Election day: Tuesday, November 4

Election ethics for employees

ACC follows state laws prohibiting the use of college resources to advocate for any election measure. The college does not use funds, staff time, or other resources to promote the bond or tax cap increase. ACC can provide factual, educational information about the proposals.

Employees may advocate for or against any election measure outside their capacity as an ACC employee. Outside organizations and individuals also may advocate on behalf of an election. ACC Works is a political action committee supporting the bond. Individuals who want to learn more about the PAC should contact Chris Cervini at Chris.cervini@gmail.com.

Find information; submit questions

The ACC Bond and Tax Cap Election webpage includes details about the propositions, information about the planning process behind the proposals, voter information, and a link for submitting questions.

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