Bond Program 2022

Mansfield Bond Program 2022 Info

How the City of Mansfield is providing noteworthy essentials and remarkable experiences 

The Mansfield City Council is in the beginning stages of asking its residents to consider capital projects that would provide noteworthy essentials and remarkable experiences for the Mansfield community. 

From early September to early December, leaders throughout the City of Mansfield discussed capital projects with a committee of Mansfield residents known as the 2022 Bond Election Steering Committee. The committee was tasked with deciding which and how many of the capital projects to recommend to the City Council. Meetings with the committee were open to the public. 

At the Dec. 13, 2021 regular City Council meeting, the 2022 Bond Election Steering Committee recommended the City Council pursue five capital projects: a library, recreation, events, aquatics and fitness center; a Miracle League baseball field; a community park in the southwest quadrant of Mansfield coupled with upgrades to Michael L. Skinner Sports Complex; and expansions to the Walnut Creek and Pond Branch linear trails. 

Read more about the committee's recommendations

The City Council is considering calling a bond election as a method of funding these projects. The City Council will ultimately decide whether or not to call a bond election, and, should it call a bond election, would ultimately decide which and how many of the projects the committee considered would be placed on the ballot. The City Council must call for a May 2022 bond election by Feb. 18, 2022. 

If you have any questions, comments or concerns about the City of Mansfield's efforts to provide noteworthy essentials and remarkable experiences to the Mansfield community, please email mycitymychoice@mansfieldtexas.gov. This email address is monitored by city staff members. To view answers to questions we expect to receive about these efforts, click here

Public Meetings

Mansfield residents were given four separate opportunities to learn and provide feedback about the projects presented to the 2022 Bond Election Steering Committee. The City of Mansfield hosted public, town hall-style meetings on Oct. 28 and Nov. 16, in which Mansfield residents shared their opinions about the 2022 bond program projects. City staff shared the public's feedback with the committee and the City Council.


2022 Bond Election Steering Committee

The 2022 Bond Election Steering Committee consists of more than two dozen Mansfield residents who live in every corner of the city. The committee members' names are below:
  • Amber Simon
  • Ashley Swapp
  • Ben Heefner
  • Caleb Hollingshead
  • Carlos Figueroa
  • Christopher Sunderman
  • Clay Wilkinson
  • Craig Holland
  • Daryle Perez (vice chair)
  • Demetria Bivens
  • Elon Werner
  • Henry Ellis
  • Jenny Kralicke
  • Karen Self
  • Kathleen Powers
  • Kraig Kunkel
  • Laura Power
  • Melissa Moreira
  • Michael Crnkovich
  • Michael Mainer (chair)
  • Paul Beaney
  • Ron Snouffer
  • Ronnie De Manna
  • Russ Arnold
  • Scot Bowman
  • Tamika Shorten
  • Tobi Tajomavwo