2013 Bond Election Information - Nov. 12, 2013
The City of Stillwater has called a special election for Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2013. Voters will consider 3 City of Stillwater propositions. These will be considered in conjunction with the November General Election for federal, state and county offices and propositions for other taxing entities.
View or download additional information
- View (PDF): Sample ballot
View (PDF): City of Stillwater 2013 Bond Election Information Packet
- View (PDF): Resolutions CC-2013-15 and CC-2013-16
- Questions and Answers
- View (PowerPoint): Information about Issuing Municipal Debt
- View (PowerPoint): Bond 2013 - Project Renderings and Sketches
- Oct. 24 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the City of Stillwater Community Center, 815 W. 8th Ave.
|Proposition 1: Sports Facility and Boomer Lake Park Improvements|
The issuance of $20 million sports facility and Boomer Lake Park improvement bonds and notes and the levy of a tax sufficient to pay for the bonds and notes. NOTE: Proposition 1 of the 2013 Bond Program was developed with community input and help from a citizen task force called Our Stillwater. Follow the link to view renderings of the proposed park improvements.
If approved, a 20-year GO bond ($20 million) for Proposition 1 would create an average annual assessment on property tax in Stillwater of 5.21 mills. For homeowners with a $100,000 house, this averages to about $54 a year.
|Proposition 2: Public Safety Facilities and Equipment|
The issuance of $7.5 million for public safety improvements bonds and notes and the levy of a tax sufficient to pay for the bonds and notes. Follow link for information about the police fleet, Fire Station #2 and emergency service voice and data communication system. View renderings of the proposed Stillwater Fire Station #2
If approved, a 10-year GO bond ($7.5 million) for Proposition 2 would create an average annual assessment of 3.48 mills. This will average to about $36 per year for homeowners with a $100,000 house.
|Proposition 3: Transportation Sales Tax|
Authorization that the current one-half percent sales tax dedicated to specific transportation projects will be repealed and replaced with a new, perpetual one percent sales tax dedicated to transportation and mobility issues.
Approval of Proposition 3 means that the current one-half cent sales tax would be repealed immediately, and a new, perpetual one-cent sales tax would begin.
| Watch this video for more info on the
three City propositions
|View this slide show for project rendering and sketches|
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|Contact Info:||Sherry Fletcher
Director of Marketing and Public Relations, City of Stillwater