• Over the past year, several hundred Parkway residents participated in a series of community meetings to discuss the ongoing maintenance and repair needs of our aging school buildings. Their work was part of our ongoing community-led strategic planning - Project Parkway. Based on their recommendations, the Parkway Board of Education voted unanimously to place a $265 million no-tax-rate-increase bond issue on the November 8 ballot.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How would the funds be used?

  • Why are we proposing this bond issue?

  • What is a bond issue?

  • How do schools use bond issues to benefit students?

  • How can we complete these projects without raising taxes?

  • If these projects do not increase the tax rate, why do we have to vote to approve them?

  • If the bond issue does not pass, will our tax rate go down?

  • What would happen if it does not pass?

  • How old is the average Parkway school?

  • How much debt does Parkway have?

  • When was Parkway’s last bond issue?

  • How does a bond issue work?

  • Can the funds be used in any other way?