Vote to be held alongside elections for Austin Mayor and five City Council Districts.
Early voting starts Monday, Oct. 24, on a ballot proposition for the Nov. 8, 2022 City of Austin Special Election.
Proposition A: Affordable Housing ($350 million)
What does this proposition do?
This proposition would provide funding for the creation, rehabilitation, and retention of affordable rental and ownership housing.
The types of projects and programs to be undertaken as part of this bond proposition, if approved, may include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Land Acquisition
- Rental Housing Development Assistance Projects
- Ownership Housing Development Assistance Projects
- Home Repair Program
The $350 million of project expenditures authorized by City of Austin Proposition A would be funded by general obligation bonds, which are repaid by property taxes. No increase in the 2023 property tax rate is anticipated as a result of passage of this proposition.
Factsheet in Multiple Languages
The information above, plus the full ballot language and anticipated tax bill impact, can be viewed on the City’s website HERE (includes English, Spanish, Vietnamese and Chinese versions).
Austin City Council Elections
Council Districts that will be electing Council Members next month are Districts 1, 3, 5, 8, 9 and Mayor. The other districts will be chosen in 2024. Voters can find out which district they live in by visiting AustinTexas.gov/Government#FindDistrict.
Where to vote and Early Voting dates