2014 Bond Program

In 2014, Denton voters approved a bond program for street improvements, public safety facilities, stormwater drainage and flood control improvements, and park system improvements.

Budget

Proposition & TotalVoter Approved AmountTotal Debt Program (See Note)Total SpentTotal Remaining
Proposition 1$61,710,000$78,310,000$30,201,354$48,108,646
Proposition 2$16,565,000$22,965,000$19,333,762$3,631,238
Proposition 3$8,545,000$8,545,000$6,434,006$2,110,994
Proposition 4$11,355,000$14,455,000$6,508,564$7,946,436
Total$98,175,000$124,275,000$62,477,686$61,797,314


Note: includes additional funding from other sources.

2014 Bond Program Budget Spending Percentages indicating 50% spent and 50% remaining
  1. Proposition 1
  2. Proposition 2
  3. Proposition 3
  4. Proposition 4
  5. Helpful Resources

Proposition 1: Street Improvements

Authorized the issuance of $61,710,000 in bonds for the purpose of construction, reconstruction, restructuring and extending streets, roadways, and other traffic an transportation facilities, including the purchase of land to support these improvements. The proposition also included up to $30,000 for the installation of related public art.

Street Reconstruction

  • Reconstruction of 403 street segments
  • Status: Under various stages of design, construction, and completion

Bonnie Brae Street

  • Reconstruction from Interstate 35E to north of Scripture Road
    • Status: Under construction
  • Reconstruction from University Drive to Windsor Drive
    • Status: Under design

Ruddel Street Extension

  • Extension at Mingo Road (amended to include Mingo Road from Bell to Old North)
  • Status: Under design

Hickory Creek Road

  • Reconstruction from Farm to Market Road (FM) 2181 to Riverpass
    • Status: Under construction
  • Reconstruction from FM 2499 to FM 2181
    • Status: Under design

Traffic Signal Improvements

  • Reconstruction University Drive to Windsor Drive
  • Status: Under various stages of design, construction, and completion

Morse Street Expansion

  • Expansion from Loop 288 to Mayhill Road
  • Status: Under design

Roadway Improvements

  • Improvements at various locations
  • Status: Under design

Sidewalk Improvements

  • Improvements at various locations
  • Status: Under various stages of design, construction, and completion

Transportation Division Facility

  • Improvements to Facility
  • Status: Under construction

Railroad Quiet Zones

  • Establish a quiet zone at Union Pacific Railroad North
    • Status: Under Design
  • Establish a quiet zone from McKinney Street to Prairie Street
    • Status: Under design

Wheeler Ridge Connection

  • Connection of FM 2181 at Jordan Lane
  • Status: Removed from Bond Program; funds reallocated to other 2014 projects

Public Art

  • Status: Planning