2017 Bond Program

In November 2017, Cedar Hill voters approved the issuance of $45 million in general obligation bonds to finance infrastructure, parks and recreation, and library improvements to be initiated over the next five to seven years. Learn more about the approved bond program.

Voters also approved the extension of the Cedar Hill Crime Control and Prevention District (CCPD) for an additional 15 years, Learn more about the CCPD.


Year One Implementation Plan

In February 2018, the City Council completed the sale of $4.2 million in general obligation bonds to fund the first year of the bond program. Projects scheduled to begin in 2018 include:

In November 2017, Cedar Hill voters approved the issuance of $45 million in general obligation bonds to finance infrastructure, parks and recreation, and library improvements to be initiated over the next five to seven years. Learn more about the approved bond program.

Voters also approved the extension of the Cedar Hill Crime Control and Prevention District (CCPD) for an additional 15 years, Learn more about the CCPD.


Year One Implementation Plan

In February 2018, the City Council completed the sale of $4.2 million in general obligation bonds to fund the first year of the bond program. Projects scheduled to begin in 2018 include:

  • Personalized Fence Pickets Available

    2 months ago

    Support this project by purchasing a personalized fence picket! Pickets, made of 100% recycled plastic, will surround the new creative playground. Individual pickets may be purchased for $100 and can accommodate 22 characters. Learn more or purchase your picket at cedarhilltx.com/playground(External link)

    Support this project by purchasing a personalized fence picket! Pickets, made of 100% recycled plastic, will surround the new creative playground. Individual pickets may be purchased for $100 and can accommodate 22 characters. Learn more or purchase your picket at cedarhilltx.com/playground(External link)

  • Library Site Advisory Committee defines site goals, begins feasibility analysis

    2 months ago

    The Library Site Advisory Committee began their site evaluation process by further defining the goals of the library site. The committee will use the following goals as evaluation criteria when reviewing potential sites:

    ·Accommodate the Library building size needed to best serve the City’s future population

    ·Compliment surrounding environment and align with the City's long-range development plans

    ·Best meet community needs/demands

    ·Enhance operational efficiency

    ·Provide flexibility to future trends

    ·Provide available open space for the library and community surrounding the building

    ·Be flexible to partnerships

    ·Be a catalyst for other things

    ·Accommodate limited Library service disruption

    The Committee has also...

    The Library Site Advisory Committee began their site evaluation process by further defining the goals of the library site. The committee will use the following goals as evaluation criteria when reviewing potential sites:

    ·Accommodate the Library building size needed to best serve the City’s future population

    ·Compliment surrounding environment and align with the City's long-range development plans

    ·Best meet community needs/demands

    ·Enhance operational efficiency

    ·Provide flexibility to future trends

    ·Provide available open space for the library and community surrounding the building

    ·Be flexible to partnerships

    ·Be a catalyst for other things

    ·Accommodate limited Library service disruption

    The Committee has also partnered with a team of professionals to conduct a feasibility analysis of potential site to review opportunities and constraints of each specific site option. The Committee will review this analysis and make recommendations to the city council in summer 2018.


  • Library Site Advisory Committee Appointed

    2 months ago

    In February 2018, the city council appointed citizens to a site advisory committee to evaluate potential locations for the new library. The committee will meet in the spring of 2018 to review options based on selection criteria, such as cost of land acquisition, surrounding built environment, and operational efficiency. The committee plans to make a site recommendation to the city council by summer 2018.

    In February 2018, the city council appointed citizens to a site advisory committee to evaluate potential locations for the new library. The committee will meet in the spring of 2018 to review options based on selection criteria, such as cost of land acquisition, surrounding built environment, and operational efficiency. The committee plans to make a site recommendation to the city council by summer 2018.