The City of Broken Arrow is making its final push to gain support for the $210 million Build Our Future Bond.
The vote is two weeks away and the City Manager says there’s something in this bond package to benefit everyone in the community.
“Whether you are with the school district, whether you are with the seniors, whether you are with a Union school district, the City Council, the Chamber, we are all striving for one thing, to make Broken Arrow a quality community,” said City Manager Michael Spurgeon.
The bond is divided into six propositions.
If passed, the money would be used to improve areas such as roads, transportation, public safety, parks, and drainage.