League City voters on May 4 overwhelmingly approved of two general
obligation bonds, something that has not been on a League City ballot since
Proposition A, which calls for $73 million in bonds to fund
drainage projects, passed with 2,445 votes for a total of 67.71%. Proposition
B, which allocates $72 million in bonds toward road projects, passed with 2,319
votes for a total of 64.35%. Proposition C also passed with 2,224 votes for a 61.74% total. The
proposition approves increasing the city’s sales tax rate by 0.25 cents per $1
to its maximum, all of which will go toward funding Props. A and B. For a full breakdown of election results tabulated by the Galveston County Elections Office scroll down to the table below.
The city has dozens of projects on the books ready to begin. They
will go out to bid within the next month or so, and the city has a three- to
five-year window to complete them.
Proposition A contains 21 drainage-related projects across the city. For a full list, click here. .
Proposition B contains 10 projects to help alleviate traffic
congestion in League City. According to a 2018 citizen survey, traffic and mobility
is the number one concern for residents. For a full list of projects in Proposition B, click here