KYLE, TEXAS – On Wednesday, the City of Kyle announced intentions to host a series of virtual open houses to share information about Proposition A.
The open houses aim to provide opportunities for the community to learn and ask questions about the proposed 2020 Bond Election for a Public Safety Center.
The City of Kyle has called for a $37-million bond election on Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020, which seeks voter approval for Proposition A to finance the construction of a Public Safety Center that will support the growing community.
In light of COVID-19, the City has decided to defer any tax rate impact as a result of this bond until October 2021.
The City invites the community and the media to attend any of the five virtual open houses to learn more about Proposition A.
The virtual open houses will be held from 7- 8 PM every Thursday evening from Sept. 17 through Oct. 8, and on Tuesday, Oct. 13.
All open houses will present on the proposed Public Safety Center at the beginning of the event and allot time for attendees to ask questions at the end.
Each open house will be held virtually as a Zoom Webinar:
- Sept. 17 – Zoom Link – Webinar ID: 976 8015 2699 – Passcode: 2020
- Sept. 24 – Zoom Link – Webinar ID: 926 2839 7701 – Passcode: 2020
- Oct. 1 – Zoom Link – Webinar ID: 943 8608 5201 – Passcode: 2020
- Oct. 8 – Zoom Link – Webinar ID: 993 3800 6811 – Passcode: 2020
- Oct. 13 – Zoom Link – Webinar ID: 922 4148 4630 – Passcode: 2020
Open houses will include the same presentation, providing five opportunities for the community to tune in when their schedules allow.
Spanish interpretation will be available for the Sept. 17 and 24 open houses. Following the first open house, a recording of the presentation will also be added to the City’s website at CityofKyle.com/Bond.