• Bond

Bond Election - Propositions C-H

  • Did You Know: PfISD is able to pay for the proposed $367M Bond Package without increasing the district's debt service tax rate?


    The Board has been thoughtfully and strategically studying facility needs, growth and enrollment projections, community input, and a recommendation from our Citizens Facilities Advisory Committee (CFAC) to call for a bond election for the November 8, 2022 ballot. The Board moved forward with the CFAC’s recommendations along with a recommendation from the PfISD administration to include affordable teacher housing. With a unanimous vote, the Board called a $367,604,000 bond election to be held on November 8, 2022.


    The proposed bond package will accommodate safety and security needs, growth in student enrollment, aging conditions, evolving student programs, and equity across campuses. Due to recent legislation requiring certain projects to be included on separate ballot propositions, the bond package will be presented to voters in Propositions C-H.

Bond Breakdown by Campus

  • Barron Elementary School

  • Brookhollow Elementary School

  • Caldwell Elementary School

  • Copperfield Elementary School

  • Dearing Elementary School

  • Delco Elementary School

  • Dessau Elementary School

  • Highland Park Elementary

  • Mott Elementary School

  • Murchison Elementary School

  • Northwest Elementary School

  • Parmer Lane Elementary School

  • Pflugerville Elementary School

  • Riojas Elementary School

  • River Oaks Elementary School

2022 Bond Package

    • Proposition C: Authorizing PfISD to issue $190,280,000 in bonds for school buildings, infrastructure, and improvements, including the following projects:
      • District-wide Safety and Security Upgrades

      • Additions and Renovations at multiple campuses, including elementary, middle, and high school campuses

      • The purchase of land for future projects

      • HVAC and mechanical upgrades

      • Capital Improvement Projects to address aging conditions and equity across campuses

    • Proposition D: Authorizing PfISD to issue $54,000,000 in bonds for devices for students and staff, including related network security and infrastructure improvements

    • Proposition E: Authorizing PfISD to issue $3,000,000 in bonds for sound upgrades at all CHS, HHS, PHS, and WHS Performing Arts Centers.

    • Proposition F: Authorizing PfISD to issue $400,000 in bonds for the wiring of the Pfield for headsets and microphones and new Hendrickson High School scoreboards

    • Proposition G: Authorizing PfISD to issue $76,000,000 in bonds for the design and construction of a district-wide Career and Technical Education (CTE) center

    • Proposition H: Authorizing PfISD to issue $43,924,000 in bonds for the purchase of land and the construction of affordable housing for teachers in PfISD 

    The committee that developed Propositions C-G was made up of local citizens, parents, and civic and business leaders. Members met eight times over the course of four months to consider the educational needs of students in Pflugerville ISD. They studied enrollment projections and reviewed the district’s facility assessment, results from a community survey, and district financial information. The committee also received reports from campus and department leaders about challenges and successes within their facilities and programs before developing and prioritizing potential project considerations. 

    Proposition H was recommended by the PfISD Administration in an effort to recruit and retain teachers in what has increasingly become a community with limited affordable housing options for teachers. 

    The proposed bond package (C-H) is not expected to require an increase in the school district debt service tax rate used to fund bonds. Additionally, if all three elections are approved by voters, the district’s overall tax rate will still decrease by 12 cents this fiscal year.