Voters who reside within the Paradise Valley Unified School District will be asked to vote on a $340 million bond in the Nov. 7 election.
The bond election will ask voters to approve the sale of a $340 million bond over four years to maintain existing facilities, comply with safety regulations, upgrade technology infrastructure, purchase school furniture, equipment, technology and school buses, according to the district.
The Nov. 7 will be an a vote-by-mail election.
PVSchools will be hosting five town hall meetings to provide information on the bond election prior to November. The meetings are:
PVSchools’ boundaries include portions of north Scottsdale, reaching from Northern Avenue in the south, north to Jomax Road, and Pima Road in the east to Seventh Avenue to the west. The district includes 28 elementary schools, one K-8 school, seven middle schools, five high schools, two alternative schools, two online schools, one dedicated pre-school and 25 additional school-based preschool locations. Three campuses are within city of Scottsdale boundaries.
For more information on the bond election and town halls, go to pvschools.net/departments-directory/budget-and-finance/bond-election