2018 Bond Info

Improvements are on the way for several neighborhood parks, and the Longview Parks and Recreation Department is seeking feedback on the bond-funded enhancements. A series of community meetings have been scheduled to discuss upgrades to Lois Jackson Park, McWhorter Park, Patterson Park, Spring Creek Park, Stamper Park and Womack Field. The meetings will be hosted by Parks staff and the corresponding city council member.

For more information about scheduled neighborhood parks meetings, visit www.LongviewTexas.gov/ParksMeetings.
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Proposition A: Public Safety Facilities
FOR or AGAINST: The issuance of $52,410,000 tax bonds by the City of Longview, Texas, for constructing, renovating, and equipping police and fire stations and relocating the fire and police training center and emergency operations center and levying the tax in payment thereof. 

Proposition B: Streets / Infrastructure
FOR or AGAINST: The issuance of $27,090,000 tax bonds by the City of Longview, Texas for street and road improvements and other related improvements and levying the tax in payment thereof.

Proposition C: Parks
FOR or AGAINST: The issuance of $24,710,000 tax bonds by the City of Longview, Texas for improvements and additions to City parks, including trails, playing fields and other sports and recreational facilities and levying the tax in payment thereof. 

Total of all three propositions: $104,210,000



Maps
Links to video of City Council Discussion Items on bond election Information about the Longview Comprehensive Plan