2021 Bond Election




Let’s Talk! 2021 Bond Election

The Fort Worth ISD Board of Education approved a resolution on Tuesday, August 10 calling for a bond election of $1,490,400,000. The election will be held November 2 of 2021 and will not result in a property tax rate increase.   The proposal will, among other things, address renovations at the District’s middle schools and a new elementary school in Benbrook.


Specifically, voters will consider four propositions:

  • Proposition A would provide $1,211,000,000 for the construction, renovation, acquisition, and equipment of school buildings in the District. This includes upgrades to middle schools as well as the construction of a new elementary school.
  • Proposition B allocates $98,300,000 for the construction, acquisition and equipment of existing Fine Arts facilities. This includes upgrades to auditoriums.
  • Proposition C would provide $104,900,000 for the construction, acquisition and equipment of stadiums in the District.
  • Proposition D would provide $76,200,000 for the construction, renovation and equipment of recreational facilities in the District. This includes the replacement of turf at existing athletic stadiums.

The last major bond election in the Fort Worth ISD was in 2017 for $750 million and was passed by voters with a more than 70% approval rating.

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