CHISD 2023 Bond

Early Voting Starts in

  • At a special-called school board meeting on February 9, the Cedar Hill ISD Board of Trustees voted 6-0 to include a $208 million bond proposal on the May 6, 2023 ballot.

    When residents consider the CHISD bond election this spring, they’ll be choosing whether to fund projects for safety and security, capital improvements, technology network upgrades, new elementary playgrounds, and renovations for Career & Technical Education (CTE), Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM), fine arts, and more.  

    Cedar Hill ISD leaders listened, and we made adjustments.

    Following a series of community meetings and listening sessions, the Cedar Hill ISD administration recommended a May bond package that was reduced from the bond propositions defeated by voters in November 2022. The May 2023 bond election has many (but not all) of the same projects that were included in Proposition B in November, which had 15,890 votes cast in the election. Approximately 49.6 percent of voters were in favor of Proposition B in November, with 50.2 percent voting against it.

What is included in the May 2023 bond proposal?


What was proposed in November 2022 that is not a part of the May 2023 bond election?

  • X Funds to build a new elementary fine arts academy (CHISD will utilize existing spaces for student programs)

    X Funds to demolish Bray Elementary

    X Funds for capital improvements at Lacy Enrollment Center

    X Funds for individual staff and student technology devices

    X Funds to replace turf and track at Longhorn Stadium