In Oro Valley, voters were asked to decide on Prop 454, which authorizes the issuance and sale of $17 million in general obligation bonds to fund improvements at Naranja Park
According to the Oro Valley website:
The community-driven plan includes: three multi-sport fields, a four-field baseball/softball complex, lighting, restrooms, shade structures, earthwork and mass grading, utility systems, parking lots, buildings and structures, pedestrian walkways, landscape and irrigation, site furnishings, a playground and an improved roadway and multi-use path from Naranja Drive to Tangerine Road.
The property tax would end after 20 years.
The yes vote is currently at 28 percent. The no vote is currently at 71 percent.
These are unofficial results from the Pima County Elections Department.