Greensboro voters have approved allowing the City to borrow up to $126 million for parks and recreation, housing, economic and community development, and transportation projects.
Yes votes for all four measures mean the City is authorized to borrow funds for these projects.
City officials estimate they would need to increase the tax rate by 2.10 cents to repay the debt.
If your home is worth $150,000, your annual property tax bill would increase by $32.
Review these informational resources about the referenda: Video and Booklet.
Bond Referenda Questions?
Review these FAQs.
Bond Projects Presentation
Bond Fact Sheet
Bond Allocation Change
Summary Report: Needs/Benefits of Affordable Housing
Community & Economic Development
Parks & Recreation