2022 Levy propositions

  • Mukilteo School District Board of Directors approved resolutions during their November 22 board meeting to place two levy resolutions on the Feb. 8, 2022, election ballot: a Replacement Educational Programs Levy and a Capital Projects Levy for technology and facilities. The current Educational Programs Levy and Capital Levy will expire in 2022, and the levies will replace the expiring levies. 

    Thank you!

    Thanks to voter approval, both levies passed. As of Feb. 18, the Educational Programs Levy passed with 56.87 percent voter approval. The Capital Projects Levy passed with 55.76 percent of voter approval. Official results are available on the Snohomish County Elections website.  

    Community webinar

    District staff held a community levy presentation via Zoom that addressed what the levies would replace, how they impact district funding and tax rate information for residents. Attendees had the option to type in questions after the presentation. Presenters answered as many questions as time allowed. The webinar was recorded and is embedded at the bottom of this webpage. See presentation slides.

    Replacement Educational Programs Levy

    The Educational Programs Levy is used to cover the cost of programs and activities that are not funded by the state. Money from the Educational Programs Levy is used to pay for sports and instrumental programs, extended-day lessons for students, new curriculum, substitutes, and for specialized services for students. The measure on the February ballot asked voters to renew the levy that will run for four years beginning in 2023 and continue through 2026.

    Replacement Capital Projects Levy for technology and facilities

    A capital levy provides money for facilities and technology needs that a bond and the state do not fund. The measure on the February ballot asked voters to renew funding for a replacement capital projects levy that will run for six years beginning in 2023 and continue through 2028.

    Funds collected through the levy will be used to modernize technology systems throughout the school district, such as student and staff​ computers and classroom presentation equipment (ActivPanels, document cameras).

    Funds will also be used for essential facility needs to ensure ongoing operations and safe learning environments, such as upgrading and replacing security cameras and essential building system components for HVAC, electrical, plumbing, fire panels, etc.

Educational Programs Levy

Replacement of Education Programs Levy

Capital Projects Levy

Replacement of Capital Projects Levy

Tax rate implications

Tax rate comparison