Updated May 4 at 10:18 p.m.
Results from 47 of 47 Collin County vote centers show McKinney residents are approving five city bond propositions.
Results are unofficial until canvassed.
The $350 million bond propositions include a public safety facility, new municipal community complex, parks and recreation facilities, public works facilities and street improvements.
Nearly 65% of voters approved proposition A, which calls for $75 million for a public safety facility. Proposition C, $91 million for parks and recreation facilities, received 63.20% voter approval. Proposition D, $34 million for public works facilities, received approximately 63% of the vote and proposition E, $100 million for street improvements, received nearly 72% of the votes.
The closest race was proposition B—$50 million for a new municipal community complex. This proposition was approved with 3,755 votes or 55.47%.
The city of McKinney called for the bond election in February.
More information about the bond propositions can be found in Community Impact Newspaper‘s previous coverage here.