Great schools. Great community.Bond 2017

A Proposed Bond Package for Spring Branch ISD Schools

The Bond Advisory Committee Process

A broad based Long Range Facilities Committee (LRF) spent seven months studying and evaluating SBISD facilities, aided by consultants AECOM during the 2017 academic school year. The LRF delivered a preliminary report to the Board of Trustees in March, finding that the district’s facilities needs exceeded the $1 billion mark.
The Bond Advisory Committee (BAC)

Based on the LRF report, the Board of Trustees formed a Bond Advisory Committee (BAC) to develop a recommended bond package. On April 24, the Board approved the charge, composition and membership of the BAC.

The BAC kicked off their work in May at Hunters Creek Elementary, the first of seven meetings. The BAC delivered its recommendations to the Board of Trustees in June. The Board worked to review the findings of the BAC during the summer of 2017.

The seven-member Spring Branch ISD (SBISD) Board of Trustees voted unanimously on Monday, August 21, 2017 to call an $898.4 million bond election to appear on the Nov. 7, 2017 ballot.

The district does not expect any tax rate increase as a result of this bond election, if passed by voters.



Election Day: Nov. 7
The Bond Issue is on the ballot for the Nov. 7, 2017 Election.
For election day voting sites for SBISD, click here.
To find election day voting sites, click here.
For additional voting information, visit or call the Harris County Clerk at 713-755-6965.

Early Voting: Oct. 23 - Nov. 3
The last day to register to vote in the Nov. 7 election was Tuesday, Oct. 10.

Voter Registration
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2007 Bond - Shaping the Future

On time, under budget and locally controlled, SBISD's 2007 Bond Program was a success.
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