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Irving City Council Sets Election Date for City Council Districts and Bond Proposition

The Irving City Council has announced the scheduling of the city's general municipal election for City Council Districts 4, 6, and 8, along with a special bond election for a City Hall Complex on May 4.

Included in the ballot is a proposition for the issuance of $200 million in bonds aimed at funding the City Hall Complex project. Should this proposition gain approval from voters, it is estimated to result in a property tax increase of approximately 1.81 cents. For the average single-family home with a taxable value of $279,704 and a 20% Homestead Exemption, this would translate to an increase of $40.50 annually. However, these figures are subject to change based on prevailing interest rates at the time when debt is anticipated to be sold, projected to occur in 2024 and 2025.

Two potential sites for the new City Hall Complex have been identified, situated between the 400 block and the 800 block of W. Irving Boulevard. Voters will have the opportunity to weigh in on these proposals alongside the general municipal election on May 4.

Image courtesy of City of Irving

More information about the City Hall Complex Bond Proposition is available at

A district map, candidate information and Irving Vote Center locations, dates and times are available at Registered voters can vote at any Vote Center location in Dallas County. Visit for a complete list.

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