On Tuesday, November 7, 2017, Northville Public Schools voters will consider a $104.85 million bond proposal to upgrade school facilities, enhance existing building security, and provide modern learning environments across the district – all while maintaining the current 3.64 mills debt millage rate for taxpayers.
The Board of Education believes Bond 2017 will benefit students, families and the community in a variety of ways, including:
- Learning environment upgrades to meet modern teaching and learning practices;
- Improvements to address the aging infrastructure of buildings;
- Safety and security upgrades that build on security initiatives already in place;
- Energy and operational initiatives to improve the environmental quality and efficiency of buildings, as well as reduce operational expenses.
Click below for more information about Bond 2017, including key features district-wide and by building; details on how the proposal will result in a ZERO INCREASE in the current debt millage rate, along with other financial information; voting information, and answers to frequently asked questions.
Please VOTE on Tuesday, November 7, 2017
Northville Public Schools Bond Ballot Language
Answers to Frequently Asked Questions
Facility Review / Bond Study Committee Recommendation to the Board of Education
June 6, 2017
Bond 2017 Features by Building