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:

Q&A

  • A dog park is needed in this area, closest is 15-20 minutes away. One connected to the Tri-City Animal Shelter seems like a logical location. Has a dog park been included in the city plans, bond program or otherwise?

    RBWilson asked about 1 month ago

    Thanks for your question. We’ve heard from several citizens that would enjoy an off-leash dog park. On an interim basis the Parks Department has hosted several pop-up dog parks to provide that opportunity.

    A permanent dog park is included in the long-term Parks Master Plan. It was not, however, identified as a top priority based on public input, and funding has not been identified for it. This year, the City has been going through a process to update the Master Plan. Thus far, a dog park has not risen on the priority list based on our public input meeting, but there will be an additional opportunity to comment on the plan on Let’s Talk in the next couple of months.