Residents showed less support for other bond options.
Just over 50 percent showed favor toward a $13 million bond to build a central fire station that would house the League City Fire Department firefighters, marshals and EMTs.
Only 40 percent of respondents showed favor toward a $2.9 million bond to build an indoor gun range and training facility for the League City Police Department. A total of 24 percent and 23 percent voted favorably toward a $24.5 million bond to build an additional library on the city’s west side and a $5 million bond to build a new municipal court building, respectively.
League City City Council has until Feb. 15 to call for a May bond election, which city officials are pushing for.