Student & Community - Proposition B

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Approximately $124.7 million of Bond 2020 will fund a multi-use event center. The proposed 7,000 person capacity, multi-use event rendering of event centercenter, will serve as the heart of all Comal ISD events. From graduations, sporting events and tournaments, concerts and performances, to school fairs and expositions, the Comal ISD event center will support our growing school district of more than 25,000 students.
 
The proposed design will be multi-functional to support various event needs, both district-wide and for community events. District-wide usage may include:
  • Art Shows
  • Athletic Events & Competitions
  • Band Concerts & Competitions
  • Banquets
  • Cheer Competitions
  • Chess Competitions
  • Choir Concerts & Competitions
  • Convocations
  • Dance Competitions
  • Graduation
  • Livestock Shows
  • Orchestra Concerts
  • Prom
  • PTA Events
  • Robotics Competitions
  • Staff Development
  • Trainings
 
In addition to serving as a central location for district events, the Comal ISD event center may be rented for community events such as:
  • Banquets
  • Car Shows
  • Concerts
  • Charity/Fundraising Events
  • Civic Meetings
  • Conferences
  • Conventions
  • Corporate Meetings
  • Emergency Evacuation Shelter
  • Festivals
  • Graduations (Other Districts)
  • HOA/POA Meetings
  • Home & Garden Shows
  • Indoor Rodeo
  • Kids & Family Expo
  • Networking Events
  • Reunions/Anniversary/Milestone Events
  • RV/Boat Shows
  • Trainings
  • Trade Show/Expo
These are just a few examples of the many opportunities that can be held at the proposed event center.
 

Proposition B FAQs

Senate Bill 30, which was passed in the most recent legislative session, requires certain types of projects to be broken out into separate propositions. Because of this, the following purposes are required by law to be stated in separate propositions on the ballot:

  • 1) The construction, acquisition, or equipment of a stadium with seating capacity for more than 1,000 spectators;​
  • (2) The construction, acquisition, or equipment of a natatorium;​
  • (3) The construction, acquisition, or equipment of another recreational facility other than a gymnasium, playground, or play area; ​
  • (4) The construction, acquisition, or equipment of a performing arts facility;​
  • (5) The construction, acquisition, or equipment of housing for teachers; and​
  • (6) An acquisition or update of technology equipment, other than equipment used for school security purposes or technology infrastructure integral to the construction of a facility.
The student event center will be able to host a variety of student-centered events and functions. In addition, the event center may be rented for community use. The proposed design will be multi-functional to support various event needs.
The student event center is proposed to seat approximately 7,000. 

District uses may include but are not limited to:

  • Art Shows
  • Athletic Events & Competitions
  • Band Concerts & Competitions
  • Banquets
  • Cheer Competitions
  • Chess Competitions
  • Choir Concerts & Competitions
  • Convocations
  • Dance Competitions
  • Graduation
  • Livestock Shows
  • Orchestra Concerts
  • Prom
  • PTA Events
  • Robotics Competitions
  • Staff Development
  • Trainings

Community uses may include but are not limited to:

  • Banquets
  • Car Shows
  • Concerts
  • Charity/Fundraising Events
  • Civic Meetings
  • Conferences
  • Conventions
  • Corporate Meetings
  • Emergency Evacuation Shelter
  • Festivals
  • Graduations (Other Districts)
  • HOA/POA Meetings
  • Home & Garden Shows
  • Indoor Rodeo
  • Kids & Family Expo
  • Networking Events
  • Reunions/Anniversary/Milestone Events
  • RV/Boat Shows
  • Trainings
  • Trade Show/Expo
The multi-use pavilion is included in Proposition C as part of the recent passing of Senate Bill 30, which requires certain types of projects to be broken out into separate propositions.