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Proposition A includes $18,500,000 for emergency services related infrastructure, including Fire Station No. 4, an emergency operations center, and Fire Department administration offices.
Proposition B includes $33,000,000 for a public services complex to consolidate Public Services departments, provide proper office space, adequately shelter large equipment, and centralize city services including vehicle fleet maintenance and fueling station. A consolidated public services complex will include:
Read more about each of these propositions on the City’s website, rosenbergtx.gov/RBOND2023.
For Proposition A: Fire Services Complex - If the bond does not pass to build a permanent Emergency Services Complex, which is needed due to expiring leases, there may be impacts to response times to the growing southwest quadrant of the City.
For Proposition B: Public Services Complex - Public Services provide many essential services to our residents including water, sewer, streets, drainage, capital improvement projects, engineering services and also recreational opportunities in city parks. In order for the city to provide services required by the city’s recent growth, aging facilities need to be replaced.
The projects are expected to be completed within four years.
Emergency Services Complex:
Public Services Complex: