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Bond Questions: 2016 General Election
In the November 8, 2016, General Election, Loudoun County voters are being asked to vote yes or no on four bond questions proposed by the Board of Supervisors. The Board is seeking voter approval for general obligation bond-financing of two years of capital projects instead of the usual one year. Consequently, the number of projects and overall dollar amounts are larger than in the past. 

In July 2016, the Board of Supervisors voted to include both Fiscal Year 2017 and Fiscal Year 2018 Capital Improvement Program projects on this referendum. The advanced timeline establishes a new schedule that obtains voter approval for general obligation bond financing for projects prior to the Board’s appropriation, or budgetary authority to expend funds.  

The projects included on this referendum are as follows:

 Projects CIP Year  Referendum Total
 Parks and Recreation Projects
1. Ashburn Recreation and Community Center
   FY 2017
2. Hal and Berni Hanson Regional Park
   FY 2018 $31,845,000 
 Subtotal: Parks and Recreation Projects
 Public Safety Projects    
 1.Station 20 Leesburg Volunteer Fire Department Station Expansion
 FY 2017 $4,000,000  
 2. Lovettsville Fire Station Replacement
 FY 2017  $13,500,000 
                         Subtotal: Public Safety Projects     $17,500,000 
 Transportation Projects    
 1. Shellhorn Road
FY 2017  $8,000,000 
 2. Braddock/Summerall/Supreme Intersection Improvements
   FY 2017
 3.  Route 7/Route 690 Interchange
   FY 2017
              Subtotal: Transportation Projects   
 School Projects    
 1. ES-28, Dulles South Area Elementary School
  FY 2017   $38,770,000 
 2. Classroom Additions (Dulles North and South)
 FY 2017
 3. MS-7, Dulles South Area Middle School
   FY 2017
 4. HS-9 Dulles South Area High School
 FY 2018  $117,160,000
                        Subtotal: School Projects     $233,070,000
                        Total General Government and School Projects     $344,685,000 

For More Information
  • The text of the bond questions that will appear on the November 8, 2016, General Election ballot and more information about the election is online at www.loudoun.gov/election2016.

  • More information about the county’s Capital Improvement Program can be found in Volume 2 of the FY 2017 Adopted Budget, which is online here. Information about the budget also is online at www.loudoun.gov/budget.

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