Voters in Bixby passed all four public safety bond issues Tuesday.
The city says the propositions will generate $18 million for projects to improve street and drainage infrastructure, buy public safety equipment and make improvements to Lake Bixhoma and Bentley Park.
Proposition 1 will raise $975,000 to improve drainage, primarily in the area around 161st Street, according to the city.
Proposition 2 calls for $4.215 million for public safety projects which include:
-Purchasing and installing security camera for city facilities and property
-Moving the police gun range to a less populated area and improving it
-Replacing two fire engines and buying a ladder truck
Proposition 3 would raise $11.835 million, according to the city, for street repair. The projects include:
-131st between Memorial and Mingo
-131st between Sheridan and Memorial
-121st between Memorial and 85th East Avenue
-The intersection and approaches to Harvard Avenue and 151st Street
-111th Street between Memorial and 86ht East Avenue
Proposition 4 calls for $975,000 to be spend on improving city parks.
-Bentley Park: Add paved parking spaces and grass overflow lots. Convert rodeo arena into two multi-use athletic fields
-Bixhoma Lake: Improve and add access areas and facilities