$470 million capital bond aims to rebuild schools and enhance safety
People will vote at the February election
Last updated 10/8/2019 at 5:49pm
The Snohomish School District Board approved a measure asking voters to consider a $470 million capital bond in the Feb. 11 election.
This funding would rebuild aging elementary schools, enhance safety and security in all K-12 facilities, and reduce the need for portable classrooms.
The bond will focus on using funds to replace the oldest elementary buildings. Other funds will be used to enhance safety and security for students and staff across the district.
If approved by voters in February, the tax rate for the $470 million capital bond would be $0.98 per $1,000 of assessed valuat...