The 2018 Duncanville Bond Program was approved by voters November, 2018. The Program consists of 10 projects organized into four propositions and planned to be completed over four years.

Overall Progress At A Glance

PROPOSITION A - Parks & Recreation Facilities 10% Complete
PROPOSITION B - Street Improvements 10% Complete
PROPOSITION C - Firefighting Facilities 10% Complete
PROPOSITION D - Municipal Buildings 10% Complete
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4 PROPOSITIONS

Proposition Funding Breakdown by %

  • Proposition A
  • Proposition B
  • Proposition C
  • Proposition D

$21,600,000

Bond Propositions Total

2018 PROPOSITIONS

Proposition A

Parks & Recreation Facilities

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The projects in Proposition A include the creation, expansion and/or replacement of restroom facilities, Kidsville, splashpad, parking, concession stands, trails, lighting and pavilions at various City parks.



Proposition B

Street Improvements

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The projects in Proposition B will include the reconstruction of three main intersections and streets currently experiencing subgrade and railroad grade issues.



Proposition C

Firefighting Facilities

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The project in Proposition C will include the construction of a new Fire Station and Emergency Operations Center (EOC) to replace the existing Fire Station on Camp Wisdom Road, as well as replace the existing EOC.



Proposition D

Municipal Buildings

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The project in Proposition D will include the renovation and expansion of the Public Works and Parks Service Center, which was built in 1987. This Center houses five Divisions: Utilities; Traffic Operations; Street Maintenance; Equipment Services; and Parks Maintenance.

Bond Program News

Kidsville/Splashpad Community Input Meeting Recap

The City of Duncanville Parks and Recreation Advisory Board along with the Parks and Recreation Department wish to thank the approximately 35 residents that were present on October 17 for the Kidsville/Splashpad Community Input Meeting held at the D.L. Hopkins Jr. Senior Center. The preliminary schematic design plan for Kidsville and Splashpad was presented by […]

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