Voters in McKinney will consider five general obligation bond propositions totaling $485.5 million during the upcoming May 4 election.

Dates to know
  • April 22: Early voting begins
  • April 23: Last day to apply for a ballot by mail
  • April 30: Early voting ends
  • May 4: Election day
On the ballot

The ballot includes five propositions totaling $485.5 million. The funds, if approved, would be used for renovations to city facilities and construction of new city facilities.
  • Proposition A: $106 million for parks and recreation projects
  • Proposition B: $36 million for a new municipal courts facility
  • Proposition C: $30 million for improvements to the public works south campus
  • Proposition D: $70 million for public safety facilities
  • Proposition E: $243.5 million for street projects
A sample ballot is available here.

Where to vote

McKinney residents can vote at any polling location during early voting or on election day, according to the Collin County Elections website.

Early voting hours vary by day, but election day voting hours are from 7 a.m.-7 p.m.

McKinney voting locations (*indicates early voting location)

Collin County Elections Office*
  • 2010 Redbud Blvd., Ste. 102, McKinney
Children’s Health StarCenter*
  • 6993 Stars Ave., McKinney
John and Judy Gay Library*
  • 6861 W. Eldorado Parkway, McKinney
Roy and Helen Hall Memorial Library*
  • 101 E. Hunt St., McKinney
McKinney Fire Station No. 5*
  • 6600 Virginia Parkway, McKinney
McKinney Fire Station No. 7*
  • 861 Independence Parkway, McKinney
McKinney Fire Station No. 9*
  • 4900 Summit View Drive, McKinney
McKinney Fire Station No. 10*
  • 1150 Olympic Crossing, McKinney
Old Settlers Recreation Center*
  • 1201 E. Louisiana St., McKinney
Senior Recreation Center
  • 1400 S. College St., McKinney
Learn more

For more information about the May 4 election in McKinney, visit