Flagstaff School District Bond Measure (November 2012)

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A Flagstaff School District Bond Measure was on the November 6, 2012 ballot in the Flagstaff school district, which is in Coconino County where it was approved.

This measure issued a bond in the amount of $20.7 million in order to help pay for upgrading technology, renovating buildings, purchasing new equipment and furnishings as well as new vehicles for transportation. If approved, it is estimated that an addition of $21 per year per $100,000 of assessed value would be added to the local property tax rate. School officials note that the increased loss of state spending has led to them asking voter for additional money to ensure the school are supported.[1]

Election Results

The following are election results for the measure:

Flagstaff Unified School District Bond Measure
Approveda Yes 20,116 63.61%

Results via Coconino County, Final Unofficial Results

Text of measure

Question on the ballot:

Shall Flagstaff Unified School District No. 1 of Coconino County, Arizona, be allowed to issue and sell general obligation bonds in the principal amount of not to exceed $20,790,000 to provide money for the following purposes:
  • Improving school grounds, including adjacent ways thereto;
  • Purchasing pupil transportation vehicles;
  • Acquiring by purchase or lease school lots;
  • Supplying school buildings with furniture, equipment and technology;
  • Renovating and constructing school buildings;
  • Liquidating indebtedness incurred for the purposes set forth herein;
  • Providing all utilities and other capital items necessary for the renovation and construction of school buildings and for improving school grounds;
  • Paying all architectural, design, engineering, project and construction management and other costs incurred in connection with the purposes set forth above; and
  • Paying all legal, financial and other costs in connection with issuance of the bonds?[2][3]

For the full text on the ballot click here (dead link).

See also


  1. AZ Daily Sun, "School bonds go to voters," June 14, 2012
  2. Coconino County Elections, Current Candidates and Measures (dead link)
  3. Note: This text is quoted verbatim from the original source. Any inconsistencies are attributed to the original source.