City Bond Approval Would Mean Millions in Funding for Transportation, Housing and Neighborhood Infrastructure


When Charlotte voters head to the polls between now and November 8th, they will be asked to approve three referenda on the general election ballot authorizing the City to issue general revenue bonds worth more than $218 million.

Approval of these bonds will not result in additional tax increases for Charlotte residents, but will provide much-needed revenue to:

REBIC, the Charlotte Regional REALTOR® Association (CRRA), the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce, and other local business and industry groups have endorsed the three bond referenda, and are working to ensure their passage on the November ballot.

REBIC and CRRA have also contributed $20,000 to to the bond campaign.

Meeting Charlotte’s infrastructure needs is vital to our region’s economic development and future growth, and the passage of these bonds should be a priority for everyone in the real estate community. We ask all our members to VOTE YES for the Bonds when you go to the polls!

For more information on the City Bond campaign, including details on the improvements that will be funded if the referenda are approved, visit their website at

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