WBSD - Vote on May 4!
WBSD has a ballot proposal on May 4, 2021
The WBSD will be conducting an online survey regarding the May 4 school millage election. The survey takes about one minute to complete, and all WBSD resident staff members are invited to participate. The survey closes at 11:59 p.m. on April 12
District proposes restoration of non-homestead tax rate on May 4
The West Bloomfield School District Board of Education has unanimously approved placing a 2.0 mill non-homestead millage restoration proposal on the May 4th ballot. All registered voters living in the West Bloomfield School District can vote on this proposal.
The proposal seeks to restore the school district’s non-homestead millage to the level
originally approved by voters in 2014. If the May 4th millage proposal is approved,
there will be no change in taxes on primary residences. (The non-homestead millage
applies primarily to businesses, vacant land, rental properties and second homes. It
does NOT apply to the home in which a resident lives.)
In all school elections, every vote is important. That is certainly the case on May 4. Please plan to vote at the polls on May 4 between 7 am and 8 pm or any time after March 20 by absentee ballot.
In recent surveys, parents have been asking these questions. Here are the answers.
The following document outlines and provides context to the official ballot proposal language as it will appear on the May 4 ballot.
For more information, please contact the Assistant Superintendent for Business & Operations, Kyle Anderson:
- (248) 865-6434