McKinney City Council members will meet Sept. 19 to consider appointing a bond committee for a spring 2024 municipal bond election, according to city documents.

The gist

City staff presented an update to City Council members on the city’s bond funding and the potential for a bond election during the May 2024 election at a Sept. 5 meeting. City staff identified over $200 million of the most recent voter-approved 2019 bond, totaling $350 million, has been issued.

The bond could include a number of unfunded municipal and infrastructure projects, including renovations to existing facilities, construction of new facilities and major road projects, according to the presentation.

Council members are expected to appoint members to a bond committee to consider the potential bond election at the Sept. 19 meeting.

Also on the agenda

City Council members will also consider executing a contract with Pogue Construction to design and build a new McKinney Fire Department Headquarters facility, according to the meeting agenda.

The new headquarters facility will be located at 2100 Taylor Burk Drive. The headquarters will feature offices for the fire chief, department administration, fire department operations, the fire marshal and fire prevention, and emergency management will be located there as well, according to previous reporting from Community Impact.

An item to consider executing a design and build contract for renovations at the Recreation Center at Towne Lake is also on the agenda. City documents identify PassBuilt Construction as the construction company for the project at the recreation center, located at 2001 S. Central Expressway, McKinney.

Get involved

The council will meet at 6 p.m. Sept. 19 at 222 N. Tennessee St. in McKinney. The meeting will be livestreamed for those unable to attend in person.

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