View the Sinton ISD Notice of Election by clicking the links below.
EARLY VOTING DATES AND TIMES
Vote early at the SPC Elections Office Room 2, 410 W. Market, Sinton, TX 78387 on the following dates and times:
OTHER EARLY VOTING DATES AND TIMES
Alternative voting locations and times are listed below.
Tuesday, November 3, 2020
Polls are open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
ELECTION DAY VOTING LOCATION
Registered voters may vote at any of the the following locations on Election Day:
Applications for ballot by mail must be received no later than the close of business
(5 p.m.) on DATE TBD and must be submitted to the following address:
410 W. Market St.
Sinton, Texas 78387
If an application for ballot by mail is faxed or emailed (or if a federal postcard application is faxed), the applicant must also mail the original application so that the early voting clerk receives the original no later than four days after receiving the emailed or faxed copy.
NEW STATE LAW REQUIREMENT
"Property Tax Increase" Language on Ballots
In accordance with the new state law, effective September 2019, all ballot propositions must include the following statement: THIS IS A PROPERTY TAX INCREASE regardless of no tax rate increase. Voters will see this language on both propositions; however, the Sinton ISD tax rate will not increase as a result of the 2020 bond election. Based upon the current taxable values of the district and projected growth, it is expected that the I&S rate will remain at $0.45 following the election.
Property Tax Rate vs. District Tax Rate
Your property taxes are locally assessed taxes determined by numerous taxing units and the county appraisal district.
Various local taxing units (LTU)*, including the school district, establish individual budgets and tax rates which, combined with the appraised value of your home, make up your overall property tax rate amount.
Your home appraisal value typically changes yearly and is set by the San Patricio County Appraisal District. Sinton ISD has no authority on your home appraisal value and cannot raise or lower your appraised value.
*Local taxing units include city, county, school and special services such as community college, hospital and road.
Again, this additional language is a new state law requirement. The district's school tax rate will not be increasing. Once bonds are approved, they are viable for the next ten years and can be sold in increments. We will only sell bonds as they are needed in the amount needed. Have further questions? Submit them here.