BROKEN ARROW, Oklahoma - Broken Arrow voters approved the largest municipal bond in the city’s history on Tuesday.

The general obligation bond package was voted on as six separate propositions, which focus on transportation, public safety, parks, public facilities, storm water, and drainage.

Voters approved all six propositions.

“The GO bond projects will not increase the City’s property tax rate,” the City said in a press release.

Altogether, the bond package totals approximately $210 million, to be issued over 10 years.

A list of all the projects included in the bond issue can be found on the city's website.