It is now official. The city of Wichita Falls will hold it’s first bond election in 17 years. City councilors passed an ordinance to call an election May 5 for a bond proposal full of different projects.
City leaders are now shifting gears from advocating to educating. They want as many people to hit the polls as possible and have as much information as possible on all of the propositions.
There will be seven separate propositions totaling up to $131 million.
Get the breakdown of what’s at stake in the bond election here.