VOTE FOR FRISCO BOND PROPOSITIONS A – E ON MAY 4, 2019

“A city is not gauged by its length and width, but by the broadness of its vision and the height of its dreams.”

— Herb Caen

All 5 Bond Propositions PASSED in May 4th Election

Thank you Frisco residents.  You voted and made it clear that you want Frisco to continue to be the Best Place to Live in America!

Frisco Chamber of Commerce Supports All Five Bond Proposals

“The Frisco Chamber of Commerce has taken a position of support on all five bond proposals on the May 4, 2019 ballot and we encourage you to vote yes (FOR) on each of the proposals.”

The Dallas Morning News recommends voters approve Frisco's $345 bond plan.

“Frisco is growing, and that won’t stop. Voters need to support that growth by ensuring City Hall has the resources to address it responsibly.”

$62M Bond to Help Frisco Public Library Grow with Population

Frisco’s only library is a busy place. The library had 651,002 visits in 2018, which is three times more than the number of people who live in Frisco.

Aaa Bond Rating

The Aaa rating demonstrates the strongest creditworthiness relative to other U.S. municipal or tax-exempt issuers or issues.

Class 1 ISO Rating

An ISO Class 1 PPC rating has a direct bearing on the cost of property insurance for every home and building in a community.

CALEA Accredited

This accreditation assures that the Frisco Police Department is committed to professional excellence and delivery of the highest level of service to the community.

Library of Excellence

The Frisco Public Library has received the TML Library of Excellence award every year since 2009.

2019 Bond Propositions

The 2019 bond package consists of five propositions totaling $345 Million and is expected to serve the needs of Frisco for the next 6 years.

Proposition A

PASSED

Public Safety

$62.5 Million

Proposition B

PASSED

Streets & Roads

$155 Million

Proposition C

PASSED

Public Works

$12 Million

Proposition D

PASSED

Library

$62 Million

Proposition E

PASSED

Parks & Recreation

$53.5 Million

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