Road bond website launched for Montgomery County

By: Office of County Judge Craig Doyal
| Published 04/24/2015


MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Texas - Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal announced the county has launched a Web site and new interactive map of proposed projects to help inform citizens about the 2015 Montgomery County Road Bond. Links to the site can be found on the county's main web site.

"While we cannot tell our citizens how to vote on the May 9, 2015 election for this proposed road bond, we can provide information so that they know what projects they will be voting on," Judge Doyal said.

"In addition, this site will answer questions we have heard repeatedly from citizens over the past few months. We believe it will be an informative, and helpful, site for citizens."

County commissioners, based on the recommendations from a citizen's road bond committee, earlier this year called an election for voters to consider a proposed $350 million road bond, consisting of 77 projects throughout the county.

Election Day is May 9; early voting starts Monday, April 27.

Judge Doyal asked citizens to "please do your civic duty, learn about the election, get your questions answered, and go vote."