Bonded Indebtedness

  • About School Bonds

    In the State of Kansas, general obligation bonds, once approved by voters, may be issued to:

    1. purchase or improve any site or sites necessary for school district purposes including housing and boarding pupils enrolled in an area vocational school;
    2. acquire, construct, equip, furnish, repair, remodel or make additions to buildings including housing and boarding pupils enrolled in an area vocational school operated under the board of education of a school district; and
    3. purchase school buses.

    Data as of August 12, 2019

History of Bonded Indebtedness


Graphic showing decrease in bonded indebtedness from 2010 compared to 2019.