2018 Proposed Bond

  • On May 24, the Peoria Unified Governing Board voted unanimously to adopt a resolution ordering all matters necessary for a bond election on Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018.


    If approved, the bond would impact Peoria Unified in the following ways:

$1.60 Tax Rate Maintained

  • The bond, if approved by voters, would keep the secondary property tax rate at or below $1.60 and fund facility modernization, technology, arts education, Career & Technical Education, student transporation as well as land purchase and new construction for student growth. 

$83M - Facility Modernization

  • Safety standard implementation, restroom remodels, roofing enhancements, upgrades to elementary performing arts stages and all seven high school performing arts centers, additional facility upgrades based on the age of the facility. 

$15M - Technology

  • Replacement of student and staff devices, server and switch replacement, copy machine replacement and an analytic support system. 

$4.8M - Arts Education

  • Elementary and high school theater, dance, strings, orchestra, visual arts, band and choir equipment.

$3.5M - Career & Technical Education

  • Upgrades and equipment at all Peoria Unified district high schools.

$3M - Student Transportation

  • Replacement buses and activity buses for student transporation needs.

$79.8M - Growth

  • Purchase of land and new construction for one high school and construction of a new facility for the Peoria Traditional School (currently located at Coyote Hills Elementary School). 

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