Ballot propositionThe issuance of $37,550,000 bonds by the City of Saginaw, Texas, for street and road improvements in the City and levying a tax sufficient to make the payments of principal and interest thereon.

La emisión de $37,550,000 en bonos por parte de la Ciudad de Saginaw, Texas, para mejoras de calles y caminos en la Ciudad y la imposición de un impuesto suficiente para realizar los pagos de capital e interés de los mismos.
If I vote FORThe city will issue $37,550,000 in bonds for street improvements and levy a tax to make the payments on the bond.
If I vote AGAINSTThe city will not issue $37,550,000 in bonds.
Tax consequencesIf the proposition passes, the city estimates that the property tax rate will increase by 7.38 cents; for Saginaw’s average-priced home of $188,000, the property tax would increase by $138.79.
What is a bond?A bond is essentially an IOU. Instead of going to a bank to get a loan, like an individual might do, governments can issue bonds to raise money for specific projects. An investor buys a bond on the understanding that they will be paid back, in full and with interest, on a set date (limited by law to 40 years). In most cases, governments must seek voter approval to issue a bond
What projects would this bond cover?Proposition A bonds would cover major street improvements on Knowles Drive, McLeroy Blvd, and East Industrial Avenue.
ResourcesContact City Secretary

“The ABC’s of Saginaw: 2021 Bond Program” link: (Includes descriptions of bond projects and the process used to select them, as well as links to estimated tax impacts and other bond program documents)