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Voters in the Canutillo Independent School District on May 4 will consider a bond referendum on May 4 to address growth in the district, aging infrastructure and the continued enrollment loss impacting the CISD budget. The $387-million bond proposal would fund new construction, school repairs and other projects in every corner of Canutillo.


Canutillo Bond 2024 logo   Image of election ballot

Election Day:

May 4, 2024

Early Voting:

April 22-30, 2024

Image with text "The Bond Addresses"   Image with text "Growth & Enrollement"
  Image with text "Aging Buildings"   Image with text "Deficit Budget"

LIST OF PROJECTS

The $387 Million Canutillo Bond 2024 would impact every school and every student in Canutillo:
  • Relocation of Davenport Elementary School to Enchanted Hills Neighborhood
  • Relocation of Canutillo Middle School to more accessible Upper Valley location
  • Relocation of Alderete Middle School to Enchanted Hills Neighborhood
  • New Northwest Early College High School
  • District-Wide Safety & Security Upgrades
  • District-wide Campus Repairs
  • New Roofs
  • Updated Cooling and Heating
  • Career and Technical Education Upgrades
  • Repayment of Maintenance Tax Notes to relieve general budget

TAX FACTS

 2 cents tax increase   image depicting $3.17   Image depicting $0
Canutillo Bond 2024 would add no more than 2 cents to the CISD tax rate.   Monthly to the average Canutillo home valued at $289,000.   Zero tax impact to senior citizens or qualifying disabled homeowners

TAX CALCULATOR

Image of a calculatorIf approved, Canutillo Bond 2024 would add no more than 2 cents to the current CISD tax rate. For the average Canutillo home, which is valued at $288,196, that means an annual school tax increase of $38 per year.

Use the Canutillo Bond 2024 calculator below to determine the tax impact for your household. Click here to start calculating!

CONTRACT WITH THE VOTERS

Image of shaking handsThe Canutillo School Board approved a Contract with The Voters, a legally-binding resolution that outlines the specific list of projects included in the Bond, and commits the District to funding and completing these projects as a promise to taxpayers.



COMMUNITY COLLABORATION

Image depicting collaborationThe Canutillo Bond 2024 is based on the input of districtwide surveys and recommendations of the Canutillo Facilities Assessment Task Force made up of a parents, students, taxpayers and civic leaders to help the District determine appropriate next steps.