2019 Road Bond

Results and Current Efforts

In 2019, Stafford County residents passed the road bond by 77%, see the results.

On April 20, 2021, the Stafford County's Board of Supervisors committed to a comprehensive funding strategy that establishes a dependable, equitable revenue source to meet transportation improvement needs, as outlined in the County's Strategic Plan 2040. This strategy includes adjusting the Personal Property Rate to $6.10, changing the assessment ratio from 40 percent to 50 percent by the Commissioner of Revenue and eliminating the Motor Vehicle License Fee (MVLF) to provide dedicated funding for the road bond and safety improvement projects. 

Click here for more information on Stafford County's Road Projects (update continuously)

2019 SUMMARY OF ROAD BOND EFFORTS

Town Hall

Join us for a Transportation Bond Referendum Town Hall on October 24, 2019, at 6:00 p.m. in the Board Chambers of the George L. Gordon, Jr., Government Center, 1300 Courthouse Road, Stafford, VA 22554.

What is this about?

In the November 5, 2019, general election, Stafford County citizens will be asked to vote on a local transportation bond referendum question.  The referendum question will allow the County to borrow up to $50 million to fund specified road improvements within Stafford.

If a majority of voters approve the question, the County can issue general obligation bonds to make improvements to the following existing County roads:

Major Construction Projects

Enon Road Leeland Road Onville Road
Garrisonville Road Morton Road Shelton Shop Road
Layhill Road Mountain View Road  

Road Widening and Safety Improvements Projects

Andrew Chapel Road Garrisonville Road Rock Hill Church Road
Barrett Heights Road Hartwood Road Spotted Tavern Road
Brent Point Road Heflin Road Stefaniga Road
Brooke Road Joshua Road Tacketts Mill Road
Courthouse Road Kellogg Mill Road Telegraph Road
Cropp Road Little Whim Road Truslow Road
Decatur Road McWhirt Loop Woodstock Lane
Enon Road Poplar Road Winding Creek Road
Falls Run Drive Potomac Run Road  
Ferry Road Ramoth Church Road  
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  1. Bond Question
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The following question will appear on the November 5, 2019, ballot:

ROAD PROJECTS

QUESTION: Shall Stafford County contract a debt and issue its general obligation bonds in the maximum principal amount of Fifty Million Dollars ($50,000,000) to finance, together with other available funds, the following (1) LARGE ROAD CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS: Enon Road at its intersection with U.S. Route 1, Garrisonville Road, Layhill Road, Leeland Road, Morton Road, Mountain View Road, Onville Road, and Shelton Shop Road; and (2) ROAD WIDENING AND SAFETY IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS: Andrew Chapel Road, Barrett Heights Road, Brent Point Road, Brooke Road, Courthouse Road, Cropp Road, Decatur Road, Enon Road, Fall Run Drive, Ferry Road, Garrisonville Road, Hartwood Road, Heflin Road, Joshua Road, Kellogg Mill Road, Little Whim Road, McWhirt Loop, Poplar Road, Potomac Run Road, Ramoth Church Road, Rock Hill Church Road, Spotted Tavern Road, Stefaniga Road, Tacketts Mill Road, Telegraph Road, Truslow Road, Woodstock Road, and Winding Creek Road?

(    ) YES             (    ) NO