Election results: The transportation bonds on the May 1, 2021 ballot were approved by Georgetown voters with 66.99 percent of voters in favor.
The bond proposition on the May 1 election authorized $90 million for various street and transportation infrastructure projects. With the bond passed, the City anticipates raising the property tax rate by 3 cents once the bonds are issued to cover the full cost for the projects. This includes completing work on related projects voters approved in the 2008 & 2015 bonds.
The Georgetown Chamber of Commerce announced its support for the 9 bond referendum in 2020.
Information about the Georgetown mobility bond that was passed on May 1, 2021:
SE Inner Loop | Est. $32 million
Shell Road | Est. $12.5 million
Williams Drive | Est. $10.2 million
DB Wood Road | Est. $19 million
Leander Road | Est. $7.7 million
Austin Avenue Bridges | Est. $11.5 million
Rockride Lane | Est. $5.8 million
Westinghouse Road | Est. $8.2 million
Sam Houston Avenue | Est. $4 million
Transportation allocations | Est. $10.45 million
You can learn more about the bond by visiting https://bonds.georgetown.org/2021-mobility-bond/.