Bond New

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"


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


 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


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!


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.


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.