Bentonville Bond Special Election

April 2, 2021

Politics

Bentonville Bond Special Election

NWA Daily

On Feb. 9, 2021, The Bentonville, Arkansas City Council asked voters to consider a bond extension that will allow infrastructure, public safety, and efficiency improvements without a tax increase - utilizing the extension of a city 1% sales tax.

  • What's at stake? There are nine ballet questions that include approving bond extensions and improving city provided resources such as: parks and recreation offerings, transportation, city police, city fire, and the public library.

  • As Bentonville grows, resources and infrastructure will be in high demand - this is something the City of Bentonville should be invested in now, said Mayor Orman.

  • A special election to be held on April 13 will ask residents to approve approximately $266 million in bonds by extending a 1% city sales tax. You can see what the Bentonville Mayor has to say about the Bond Package HERE

Want to know more? You can read see the full details of the proposed bond package HERE.

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