West Lake Hills’ infrastructure bond ballot items, explained


This rendering shows the proposed new West Lake Hills City Hall and police building that the bond would help pay finance. The city has put this bond, along with a bond to pay for road and drainage projects, on the ballot in November.

West Lake Hills residents will vote on two long-awaited bond measures related to infrastructure in the November election. 

Prop A would pay for an upgraded municipal complex to house City Hall and the Police Department and cost the city up to $13.2 million. Prop B addresses road and drainage improvement projects and will cost the city up to $11.8 million. 

The road and drainage projects on the bond were selected after the city commissioned several studies about the roads with the highest need for improvements, according to Mayor Linda Anthony. She said the city has been building toward a bond package vote for a number of years. These measures were set to go on the ballot in November 2019 before being put on paused and further delayed by the pandemic. 


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