The City of Austin has launched the 2016 Mobility Bond website, which has voter information about the City of Austin bond proposition. The site can be accessed at AustinTexas.gov/2016Bond.
On Nov. 8, 2016, Austin voters will consider the bond proposition alongside other city, state, and federal elections.
If approved, this proposition would authorize the city to issue $720 million in general obligation bonds for mobility and transportation.
The 2016 Mobility Bond website contains project and program information, a map of proposed projects, and the financial and tax impact including a tax impact calculator. Also on the website, viewers may download a voter information brochure in English and Spanish.
The Voter Information Brochure is being distributed to City facilities, including public libraries, recreation centers, and utility service centers. An interactive map of locations where people can pick up a voter information brochure is available at AustinTexas.gov/2016Bond.
Requests for educational presentations to the community or for copies of the Voter Information Brochure for distribution may be directed to Sara Behunek at 512-974-7840 or by email.