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Katy Independent School District

Bonds

Bond History​

​Bond Year &
Authorization


Schools Built (Year Opened)

* Max Tax Rate

​1994
$90M

 

Vote Count:
1837 For (64.14%)
1027 Against (35.86%)

Enrollment: 23,950

Hayes Elementary (1995)
McRoberts Elementary (1997)
Alexander Elementary (1998)
Beck Junior High (1996)
Katy Junior High (1995)
Memorial Parkway Elementary Renovation
Katy & Taylor High School Phase 1 Renovations
Katy Elementary Expansion
 Gyms at:

  • Mayde Creek Junior High
  • West Memorial Junior High
​$0.38
​ ​ ​

​​1996
$130M


Vote Count:
2367 For (68.67%)
1080 Against (31.33%)

Enrollment: 26,766

Creech Elementary (2000)
Williams Elementary (2000)
McMeans Junior High (2000)
Cinco Ranch High School (1999)
Katy & Taylor High Schools Phase 2 Renovations
Mayde Creek High School Renovation
Other Minor renovations, carpet, etc.

​ $0.40

​1999
$324M

 

Vote Count:
2737 For (50.3%)
2700 Against (49.7%)

Enrollment: 32,388

King Elementary (2001)
Kilpatrick Elementary (2003)
Schmalz Elementary (2001)
Cinco Ranch Junior High (2001)
Morton Ranch Junior High (2003)
Morton Ranch High School (2004)
CRHS 9th Grade Ctr. & PAC
Mayde Creek High School 9th Grade Ctr. & PAC
Taylor High School:
9th Grade Center, Parking Garage & PAC 
Katy High School Expansion & PAC
Junior High Music Room Additions - BJH, KJH, MCJH, MDJH, MPJH & WMJH
Education Support Complex
Law Enforcement Center
Maintenance & Operations Center
Franz Road Complex Renovations
Ag Sciences Complex Phase I & II 

​ $0.38

​ ​ ​

​2002
$315M

 

Vote Count:
3968 For (63.72%)
2259 Against (36.28%)

 

​Enrollment: 39,867

Rylander Elementary (2004)
Exley Elementary (2004)
Rhoads Elementary (2004)
Franz Elementary (2004)
Griffin Elementary (2006)
Stephens Elementary (2007)
WoodCreek Elementary (2007)
Beckendorff Junior High (2004)
Seven Lakes High School & 9th Grade Center (2005)
Cinco Ranch High Gym
West Memorial Elementary Open/Closed Concept
Ag Sciences Complex (barns 5 & 6)
Weight Room Expansion - BJH, KJH, MDJH, MPJH
Renovations:

  • Hutsell
  • Cimarron
  • Nottingham
  • Pattison Elementary
  • Miller Career & Technology Center (Renovations completed in 2006 bond)

​ $0.40

​ ​ ​

​​2006 - November
$269M

Vote Count: Nov 2006
19,239 For (53.46%)
16,747 Against (46.54%)

 

 

2006 - May
$261M

Vote Count: May 2006
3528 For (46.93%)
3990 Against (53.07%)

Enrollment: 51,201

Morton Ranch Elementary (2008)
Holland Elementary (2008)
Stanley Elementary (2009)
Cardiff Junior High (2008)
WoodCreek Junior High (2008)
Morton Ranch High School 9th Grade Center (2008)
Taylor High & Katy High Baseball Renovations
Mayde Creek High Natatorium
Sundown & Mayde Creek Elementary Addition/Renovations
Bear Creek & Winborn Elementary Renovations
Raines HS & Opportunity Awareness Center Expansion
Miller Career & Technology Center Expansion
South Transportation Phase 1
East Transportation Renovation

​$0.40

​ ​ ​

​​2010
$459M**

 

 

Vote Count:
27,769 For (51.65%)
25,992 Against (48.35% )

Enrollment: 60,803

Shafer Elementary (2012)
Wilson Elementary (2012)
Wolfe Elementary (2012)
Wolman Elementary (2012)
Davidson Elementary (2014)
Randolph Elementary (2014)
Seven Lakes Junior High (2012)
Tompkins High School, Ag Barn & 9th Grade Center (2013)
Katy High School West Campus
Taylor High School Renovations
West Memorial & Mayde Creek Junior High Renovations
High School Performing Arts Center Retrofits - KHS, THS, MCHS, CRHS

​ $0.40

​2013
$99M

 

Vote Count:
7,549 For (45.58%)

9,013 Against (54.42%)

 

​Enrollment: 67,213

Ag Science Facility
STEM Center
Second Stadium

n/a​

​2014
$748M

Vote Count:
30,330 For (55.42%)
24,400 Against (44.58% )

 

Enrollment: 70,330

Bethke Elementary (2016)

Jenks Elementary (2016)

Tays Junior High (2016)

Bryant Elementary (2017)

Stockdick Junior High (2017)

Paetow High School (2017)

6 Campus Renovations
Existing Facilities Component Renovations
Facility Expansions
Safety and Security
Student Activity Facilities
​Technology

​ ​

 * The tax rate fluctuated and was impacted by variations in state assistance as part of the Instructional Facilities Allotment Program [IFA]. It has held steady at &.040 for seven years.​

**There was a potential maximum tax rate increase of 4 cents, but ultimately there was no increase to the tax rate.

 

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