Editor's note: This story has been updated to reflect the most recent information.

Election day results from May 1 show a majority of Plano voters approved each of the six bond propositions.

The $364 million package, broken down into six propositions, is largely aimed at infrastructure improvements, Plano officials said earlier this year.

More than half of the bond—$231 million—is dedicated to street improvements, including reconstruction and overlay for many aging streets as well as traffic improvements. Infrastructure upgrades at parks and recreation facilities make up a bulk of the remaining costs with roughly $98 million in projects between two propositions.

With the approval of the bond in its entirety, staff estimates a maximum tax impact of just under $70 for the average Plano homeowner by fiscal year 2024-25.

Propositions A, B, D and F each received more than 70% of voters favoring them, while 55.2% approved Proposition C and 60.6% approved Proposition E.

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