The city of Kyle will host two open house meetings for the community to participate in and ask questions regarding the $294 million road bond on November's ballot. The bond contains 10.3 miles of road work spread across eight different projects throughout Kyle that will aid in improved mobility and safety.

The first meeting is Oct. 1 at Kyle City Hall, 100 W. Center St., and the second is Oct. 20 at the Kyle Public Works building, 520 E. RR 150.

The Oct. 1 town hall will begin at 9:30 a.m. and will feature a panel discussion where citizens can direct questions to the mayor, city engineers, financial advisors and more surrounding the bond. City staff and consultants will discuss in-depth details about the road projects as well as the tax impact the bond would have if passed, and citizens will have the chance to register to vote.

The Oct. 20 town hall will begin at 6 p.m. and will cover all the same information as the first.

Staff will be available to answer questions in English and Spanish.

“Early voting starts on Oct. 24 in Kyle. We hope to help educate the public about what’s on the ballot so they can make the best, informed decision for themselves about Proposition A,” City Council Member Robert Rizo said in a statement.