City to Host Additional Community Input Session

For Proposed Bond 2024 Program and Type A Sales Tax Reauthorization

CORPUS CHRISTI, TX—The City of Corpus Christi invites residents from all five Council Districts to participate in a community input session with City officials regarding the Proposed Bond 2024 Program and the Type A Sales Tax Reauthorization. This session is part of the City's commitment to community engagement, ensuring that residents' voices are integrated into the city's future development plans.

This additional input session will be on Monday, June 17, at the Seashore Learning Center Middle School Cafeteria, located at 15437 SPID in Council District 4. The meeting will begin at 6:00 p.m.

Residents are encouraged to review the background information on these initiatives before attending the input session.

For more information about the Proposed Bond 2024 Program, visit

For more information about the Type A Sales Tax Reauthorization, visit

The Proposed Bond 2024 Program is a comprehensive initiative to enhance the quality of life for all Corpus Christi residents. The program outlines significant investments across critical areas of the City's infrastructure: streets, parks, public safety facilities, and public facilities.

The Proposed Type A Sales Tax Reauthorization plans to reallocate existing sales taxes to improve city-owned buildings and assets in the Sports, Entertainment, and Arts (SEA) District. This could also include maintenance and improvements to the downtown seawall flood control structures.

Residents are encouraged to attend this session to share their thoughts, concerns, and priorities regarding the proposed improvements.

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    For more information, media representatives can contact Public Information Officer Chloe Swan Rybalka at 361-826-3528 or