On Nov. 3, voters will weigh in on a proposed $1.6 billion bond for Dallas ISD that is anticipated to create nine new schools, 326 new classrooms, facilities for a variety of new educational programs, and facility improvements.
Click here to see a map of the proposed Dallas ISD projects that are currently anticipated to be funded with bond proceeds. Based on certain assumptions regarding property values, interest rates, and other factors, the proposed bond is not anticipated to raise tax rates.
The road to the proposed bond started back in 2013, when the district commissioned a study from an engineering firm to assess Dallas ISD facility needs. Below is a detailed timeline that shows how the district got from the study to the upcoming Nov. 3 bond election.