CITY OF SCOTTSDALE
NOVEMBER 3, 2015 SPECIAL ELECTION
The City of Scottsdale, Arizona (the “City”), held a Special Election, on Tuesday, November 3, 2015, seeking approval of bonds for parks and community facilities; transportation; citywide technology; street pavement replacement; public safety-fire; and public safety-police in the principal amount not to exceed $95,960,000. The estimated average annual tax rate for the proposed bond authorization is $0.11 per $100 of net assessed valuation used for secondary property tax purposes.
Bond Question 1 sought voter authorization to sell $31,900,000 general obligation bonds for parks and community facilities.
Bond Question 2 sought voter authorization to sell $16,540,000 general obligation bonds for transportation.
Bond Question 3 sought voter authorization to sell $6,870,000 general obligation bonds for citywide technology.
Bond Question 4 sought voter authorization to sell $12,500,000 general obligation bonds for street pavement replacement.
Bond Question 5 sought voter authorization to sell $16,350,000 general obligation bonds for public safety-fire.
Bond Question 6 sought voter authorization to sell $11,800,000 general obligation bonds for public safety-police.
Ballot language for Questions 1 through 6 is available in the City Clerk’s Office and on the Internet:
Ballot Language (PDF)
Questions 1 through 6 were presented to the qualified voters of the City of Scottsdale in an informational pamphlet (PDF). The pamphlet was mailed to the households of all registered voters prior to the start of early voting.