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Voters in Denton County approved 9 of the 10 proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution—including Proposition 4, which bans a state income tax. They also approved several bonds—debts that taxpayers must repay—that will make it difficult for Denton taxpayers to lower their tax bills in the future.

Below are the unofficial results for all of the items local governments in the county asked the voters to support. Official results can be found at Denton County elections.

City of Denton

  • Proposition A – $154M for street improvements: For (74.97%), Against (25.03%)
  • Proposition B – $61.9M for public safety facilities: For (65.10%), Against (34.90%)
  • Proposition C – $5M for parks: For (64.66%), Against (35.34%)
  • Proposition D – $619,000 for public art: For (48.49%), Against (51.51%)

Flower Mound

  • Proposition A – Reauthorize 0.25% sales tax: For (80.75%), Against (19.25%)

Big Sky Municipal Utility District 

  • Proposition A – Confirm district: For (100%), Against (0%) [1 ballot cast]
  • Proposition B – $133M water/drainage bond: For (100%), Against (0%) [1 ballot cast]
  • Proposition C – $64M road bond: For (100%), Against (0%) [1 ballot cast]
  • Proposition D – $21M fire protection bond: For (100%), Against (0%) [1 ballot cast]
  • Proposition E – Fire protection agreement/tax: For (100%), Against (0%) [1 ballot cast]
  • Proposition F – Property tax up to $1.20 per $100 valuation: For (100%), Against (0%) [1 ballot cast]
  • Directors: Ron Davis, Naveen Khammanpati, Ronnie Nichols, Greg Edwards, Kenny Bounds (unopposed)

Denton County Municipal Utility District No. 6

  • Proposition A – Fire-fighting services: For (93.75%), Against (6.25%)

Northlake Municipal Management District No. 2

  • Proposition A – Confirm district: For (100%), Against (0%) [2 ballots cast]
  • Proposition B – $239.5M water/drainage bonds: For (100%), Against (0%) [2 ballots cast]
  • Proposition C – $145.8M road bonds: For (100%), Against (0%) [2 ballots cast]
  • Proposition D – $359.2M water/drainage refunding bonds: For (100%), Against (0%) [2 ballots cast]
  • Proposition E – $218.7M road refunding bonds: For (100%), Against (0%) [2 ballots cast]
  • Proposition F – Property tax up to $1.20 per $100 valuation: For (100%), Against (0%) [2 ballots cast]

Smiley Road Water Control and Improvement District No. 1

  • Proposition A – $92.5M utility bonds: For (100%), Against (0%) [1 ballot cast]
  • Proposition B – $115.6M utility refunding bonds: For (100%), Against (0%) [1 ballot cast]
  • Proposition C – $215M road bonds: For (100%), Against (0%) [1 ballot cast]
  • Proposition D – $269M road refunding bonds: For (100%), Against (0%) [1 ballot cast]
  • Proposition E – Property tax up to $1.20 per $100 valuation: For (100%), Against (0%) [1 ballot cast]