This November’s ballot is packed with 10 propositions that collectively make up more than $1 billion bond request covering everything from road work to library upgrades. Early voting already has started, with the election set for Nov. 7. Voters can choose to support all 10 propositions, or pick and choose.

They include:

Proposition A: Streets and Transportation — $533,981,000.

Proposition B: Park and Recreation — $259,507,000

Proposition C: Fair Park — $50,000,000

Proposition D: Flood Protection and Storm Drainage — $48,750,000

Proposition E: Library Facilities  — $29,914,000

Proposition G: Public Safety Facilities — $32,081,000

Proposition H: City Facilities — $18,157,000

Proposition I: Economic Development — $55,400,000

Proposition J: Homeless Assistance Facilities — $20,000,000

Here’s some of the highlights for Preston Hollow:

  • $2,200,000 to improve Walnut Hill Lane from Marsh to Midway.
  • $10,000,000 for parking improvements, transportation access and a Texas U-turn at Northwest Highway.
  • $ 1,562,892 for street reconstruction on Mimosa Lane from Edgemere to Hillcrest.
  • $6,000,000 to plan Midtown Park, northwest of Preston Road and I-635.
  • $2,615,000 to connect Northaven Trail to White Rock Creek Greenbelt Trail.
  • $7,700,000 to construct a library at 8255 Park Lane in Vickery Meadow.

For a full list of approved projects, including detailed breakdowns of which street would get a makeover should that bond package pass, click here and scroll to Council Districts 11 and 13.

Click to sign up for the Advocate's weekly news digest and be the first to know what’s happening in Preston Hollow.