What you need to know about 5 city of Houston bond proposals on election ballot

By Andy Cerota - Anchor/Reporter

We've provided a list of things you need to know about the five city of Houston bond proposals on Tuesday’s ballot. 

- A “yes” vote is a vote in favor of the city of Houston issuing bonds to borrow money. A “no” vote is a vote against issuing the bonds. 

- Proposition A would restructure the city’s pension system.

- Proposition B would provide $159 million to pay for new equipment for police and fire departments and improvements to neighborhood police and fire stations.

- Proposition C would provide $104 million for park improvements.

- Proposition D would provide $109 million for renovations and improvements to the city’s public health and sanitation systems.

- Proposition E would provide $123 million for improvements to the city’s library system.

- Passage of any or all of the propositions won’t trigger any tax increases.

- Voters who live in the city of Houston must vote at the polling station assigned to their voting precinct. 

- Voters who live in Harris County should click here for information on voting locations, hours and sample ballots.

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