If passed, Alpine School District’s proposed $387 million bond will have projects that touch communities across the district.
About 68 percent of the bond, or $264.25 million, will be used for constructing new schools. About 23 percent, or $89.5 million, will be used to rebuild current ones, 4 percent will be used to renovate schools, 3.6 percent will be used to purchase property for future schools and .8 percent will be used for security improvements.
Phase one projects are projected to begin in 2017, with Eagle Mountain receiving a new high school and elementary school, Lehi receiving a new elementary school, Timpanogos High School in Orem getting a roof replacement and the district purchasing property in high-growth areas.
Phase two projects will begin in 2018 and include a new elementary school and middle school in Saratoga Springs, a rebuild of Lehi High School and a renovation of Mountain View High School in Orem.
Phase three, which is estimated to begin in 2019, will include a rebuild of Cascade Elementary School in Orem, Central Elementary School in Pleasant Grove and Greenwood Elementary School in American Fork. Lone Peak High School in Highland and Oak Canyon Junior High School in Lindon will receive roof replacements. There will be a new elementary school and property purchase in a high-growth area. There will be security updates at Bonneville Elementary School in Orem, Aspen Elementary School in Orem and Highland Elementary School, along with security card access added at elementary schools and security cameras added at secondary schools.
Phase four, which will begin in 2020, will include a new middle school in Lehi, two new elementary schools in high-growth areas and a roof replacement at Legacy Elementary School in American Fork.
Voters can vote to approve or reject the bond on Nov. 8.