Where the Bond Money Will Go

Where the Bond Money Will Go

Douglas County School District's most important reinvestment items over the next five years are estimated to cost approximately $118 million to $153 million, per the executive summary of the 2018-2019 Master Capital Plan.

Of that amount:
  • Approximately $83 million to $118 million is for facility reinvestment
  • Approximately $20 million is needed to meet the most important information technology needs
  • $10 million is needed for the most urgent transportation needs and $4 million is needed to replace support fleet
  • In year one, approximately $52 million to $67 million would be needed to address capital items that may interrupt the education program if a failure were to occur, such as a fire alarm or roof
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