School election information

Roseville Community Schools

school election information

Bond Information

 

On March 12th, you’ll be seeing orange.

 

On Monday, March 12th, school officials will paste a four-inch orange square to everything that will be affected by the May 8th bond proposal.

 

If a door will be replaced, it will have an orange square attached to it. If a piece of furniture will be replaced, it will be marked with an orange square. And, if a window or piece of technology will be replaced or upgraded, you’ll see an orange square affixed to it.

 

“The idea,” said Superintendent John Kment, “is to help people visualize what will happen if voters approve the May 8th bond proposal. Too often residents of a community can’t ‘see’ how a bond proposal will affect students and the community. The orange squares will help them.”

 

“While it’s difficult to put an orange square on bond projects that are behind walls, under floors, on the roof, or outside, we’ll be doing our best to mark everything in orange.” he said.

 

Kment said he wants to have the orange squares up in time for elementary parent conferences and various community events that take place after mid-March. “More people seeing the orange squares means that more people will understand the scope of the bond proposal,” he added

 

On March 12th, there will also be an easel in each school lobby listing the all bond proposal projects for that school.

 

 

SOME BASIC FACTS

The primary purpose of the May 8th bond proposal is to remodel and upgrade Roseville Schools and school facilities. Voter approval of the bond proposal will allow the school district to..

 

  • update instructional technology and technology infrastructure
  • enhance school security and student safety measures
  • remodel and upgrade schools and school facilities with emphasis on improving energy efficiency
  • improve school sites, including playgrounds, athletic fields, and parking lots
  • replace school buses as they reach the end of their useful life.

ROSEVILLE COMMUNITY SCHOOLS

SUMMARY OF IMPACT OF BONDING ON PROPERTY TAXPAYERS

BOND - $59,455,000 - 20 YEARS

How  To Find Your

Taxable Value

 

Visit the City of Roseville website:  https://accessmygov.com/?uid=327

Type in address you wish to see tax information on and click search.

When the address is listed, click on it.

Assessed value and taxable value are displayed on the bulleted information to the right.

 

TAXABLE VALUE EST. INCREASE
10,000 $25
20,000
$50
30,000
$75
40,000
$100
50,000
$125
60,000
$150
70,000
$175
80,000
$200
90,000
$225
100,000
$250
110,000
$275
115,000
$288
120,000
$300
130,000
$325
140,000
$350

Factor - .0025 (taxable value x .0025 = yearly tax increase).

 

 Be sure to use "taxable value" of your home.