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In May 2022, voters will decide on a new proposed capital improvement bond. If passed, the bond would raise about $723 million to be used on projects across the district including seismic stability upgrades, improvement of air ventilation systems, replacement of aging roofs and additional classroom space to alleviate overcrowding. Bond money also would be used to improve accessibility in special education classrooms, enhance learning spaces and replace all one-to-one student Chromebooks and iPads. The two largest proposed projects are the complete rebuilds of Beaverton High School and Raleigh Hills K-8 School.

The bond proposal will appear on the May 17, 2022 ballot.

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Overview: If Passed, What Would the 2022 Bond Do?


 

What Will the PROPOSED Bond Do?

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$397,000,000

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$40,000,000

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$44,000,000

* Includes Management ($50,000,000), Contingency ($43,000,000) and Oregon State Capital Improvement Matching (OSCIM) Program (-$8,000,000)

what bond projects are proposed
for each school?

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if the proposed bond passes, how much would my taxes go up?

The current tax rate is $2.09 per $1,000 of assessed property value. The proposed bond would increase the current tax rate by an estimated $0.25 per $1,000 of assessed property value. For a homeowner with an average assessed property value of $303,021, that's an increase of about $76 during the first year.

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To compute your estimated tax increase for the first year: Your Assessed Property Value ÷ 1000 × .25 = Estimated Tax Increase

To compute your estimated tax total for the first year: Your Assessed Property Value ÷ 1000 × 2.34 = Estimated Tax Total

Average Market Property Value Average Assessed Property Value1 Current Tax Rate Current Estimated Tax Proposed Tax Rate Increase Estimated Tax Increase2 Proposed Tax Rate Estimated Tax Total
$511,684 $303,0213 $2.09 $633 $.25 $76 $2.34 $709

1 Know that the assessed value of your property is often significantly less than the market value of your property. The assessed value of your property may also increase. 

2 The table is only estimating the Year 1 total of the tax increase. Due to Measure 50, most homeowners will experience a minimum 3% annual tax increase, regardless of the proposed bond or fluctuations in market values.

3 Beaverton School District Average Assessed Property Value for 2021-22 based on Washington Co. Dept. of Assessment & Taxation data.

To find your current assessed value, look at your Real Property Tax Statement.

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If the proposed bond does not pass, the rate would be $1.68 per $1,000 of assessed property value as of July 2022.

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Seismic Upgrades


 

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Beaverton High School Rebuild


 

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Raleigh Hills Elementary School Rebuild


 

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Overview: If Passed, What Would the 2022 Bond Do?