Jersey Village residents will have the chance to learn more about the upcoming bond election as well as asking city staff any questions during a town hall scheduled for Oct. 16 at the Civic Center.

In a nutshell

Jersey Village will hold a town hall on its proposed $52.9 million in bond projects, which residents will have the chance to vote on during the Nov. 7 election.

City Council unanimously approved calling for the bond election during its Aug. 21 meeting.

The details

The city has proposed a total of $52.9 million in bond projects, broken down into three propositions, according to the Aug. 21 agenda packet.

  • Pool and park renovations: $19 million
  • Water and sewer improvements: $15.8 million
  • Road and bridge repairs: $18 million

According to the city’s website, the specific projects proposed to be funded with the bond include:

  • Rebuilding the city’s pool
  • Renovations and upgrades to Clark Henry Park
  • Street improvements
  • Rehabilitating sanitary sewer lines

Learn more

The bond election town hall will be held Oct. 16 from 7-8:30 p.m. at the Civic Center, 16327 Lakeview Drive, Jersey Village.

View the bond election documents below.