School bond and tax elections in Idaho happen under two circumstances; to issue new bonding or to exceed the state's debt limit. Regular school districts cannot have bonds that exceed more than five percent of the district's debt valuation while special districts are limited to two percent. Elections can be held normally during a statewide primary or general election which can be held during the First Tuesday after the first Monday in November and the fourth Tuesday in May every two even numbered year.
Ballotpedia, a project of the Lucy Burns Institute, is entirely ad free, thanks to the generous support of individual donors. If you have found our product interesting and valuable, please consider investing in our work.