Chandler voters will see five bond issues totaling $272M on the all mail-in November 2022 ballot.
The issues will address projects under the City’s 10-year Capital Improvement Plan and will not increase property tax rates.
Under the requests, voters will be asked to approve $85.8M for streets, $73M for parks, $55.2M for police, $33.6M for public facilities, and $25.2M for the fire department.
Specific major projects to be funded include:
- A $38M crime lab for the police department,
- $40M to finish Mesquite Groves Park,
- $16M for Folley Park,
- $12M for J. Chandler Park,
- $15M to rebuild fire stations 282 and 284,
- $12M for Kyrene Road improvements,
- $11M to rebuild the Ray and Dobson roads intersection,
- Chandler Center for the Arts renovations, and
- Chandler City Court (Source)