City of West Lake Hills 2021 Bonds 

In August 2021, the City Council voted unanimously to call for a $25 million bond election on Nov. 2 - the first in the city’s history - to fund major infrastructure improvements. Those include a new municipal complex and six road and drainage projects.

Both bond proposals passed with over 60% of voter approval and support by the city's Bond Advisory Committee (BAC) which was appointed in the summer of 2019.

PROPOSITION A

Modern architecture with solid fill

New Municipal Building
$13.2 million

The new municipal complex will house the police department, administrative offices, and council chambers.

 

         

PROPOSITION B

Houses and road

Roads and Drainage Improvements
$11.8 million

The selected projects include roadway and drainage improvements on Camp Craft Road, Redbud Trail, Westlake Drive, Laurel Valley Road, Yaupon Valley Road, and Terrace Mountain Drive.