Bond Election 2022
Mansfield City Council asks residents to consider 5 bond propositions
The Mansfield City Council has asked Mansfield residents to consider five bond propositions totaling $155.5 million in an upcoming bond election. Residents have been asked to weigh the benefits of several proposed capital projects in consideration of their potential costs. Those projects are: a veterans memorial; a joint recreation center and library; renovations and additions to Mansfield’s community parks and athletic facilities; an expansion of Mansfield’s trail network; and a Miracle League field. Early voting for the City of Mansfield’s bond election begins April 25 and ends May 3. Election Day is May 7.
Visit mansfield2022.com to learn more about the proposed projects.
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The City of Mansfield held community presentations about the five bond propositions on March 22, April 14 and April 18. View the March 22 presentation here.
Questions or Concerns
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Proposition B calls for $78 million to design and construct a joint recreation center and library. Here's what you should know about the proposed project. Read on...
Here are conceptual images of the City of Mansfield's proposed bond election projects: a veterans memorial; a recreation center and library; community parks and athletic facilities; an expansion of Mansfield’s trail network; and a Miracle League field. Read on...
The City of Mansfield has launched a website where residents may learn about the five bond propositions up for election. Read on...