Projects to be funded with voter-approved 2018 General Obligation Bonds
The 2018 bond referendum is $223.08 million divided into three categories: Housing, Neighborhood Improvement and Transportation.
Housing bonds fund the city’s Housing Diversity Program to increase the supply of safe, decent and affordable housing for residents of all income levels throughout Charlotte. The Housing Diversity Program not only addresses the need for new construction, it also helps preserve existing housing through rehabilitation of both single and multifamily housing units.
Neighborhood Improvement Bonds
Neighborhood improvement bonds fund projects that address infrastructure needs in the city’s established neighborhoods and emerging high-growth areas. They support a network of streets, sidewalks, greenways and bike lanes to better connect neighborhoods with major employment, institutional and retail areas.
Projects funded with voter-approved 2018 neighborhood improvement bonds