BROKEN ARROW, Oklahoma - The city of Broken Arrow is deciding which projects to include in the largest bond package in city history.

About 150 people turned out for a public input meeting Monday to talk about how $200 million should be spent.

Only 94 items can make it to the final package sot that property taxes don’t go up.

Much of the general obligation bond will go to improve roads and support public safety.

“We’re leaning forward and looking at the types of improvements our community needs over the next decade,” said Broken Arrow City Manager Michael Spurgeon.

The Broken Arrow City Council will finalize the list of projects in May.

Voters will decide in August.