Ballot Questions

Elective Offices

  • City Councilor District 1: 4-Year Term
  • City Councilor District 4: 4-Year Term
  • City Councilor District 6: 4-Year Term

* Only registered voters from these City Council Districts will be able to vote for their respective City Council seat.

General Obligation Bond Questions

"Shall the City of Rio Rancho issue up to $10,600,000 of general obligation bonds, to be repaid from property taxes, for the purpose of designing, constructing, repairing, preserving, rehabilitating, enhancing, and otherwise improving roads and underlying utility infrastructure?"

     For general obligation road bonds ❑

     Against general obligation road bonds ❑

*All of the City’s registered voters are eligible to vote on the bond question.


"Shall the City of Rio Rancho issue up to $4,200,000 of general obligation bonds, to be repaid from property taxes, for the purpose of designing, constructing, repairing, preserving, rehabilitating, enhancing and otherwise improving public safety facilities and repairing, replacing or otherwise improving public safety vehicles, apparatus, and equipment?"

     For general obligation public safety bonds ❑

     Against general obligation public safety bonds ❑

 *All of the City’s registered voters are eligible to vote on the bond question.


"Shall the City of Rio Rancho issue up to $1,200,000 of general obligation bonds, to be repaid from property taxes, for the purpose of designing, constructing, renovating, acquiring, rehabilitating, improving, and equipping public quality of life facilities in the City?"

     For general obligation quality of life facilities bonds ❑

     Against general obligation quality of life facilities bonds ❑

*All of the City’s registered voters are eligible to vote on the bond question.


For more information regarding the G.O. Bond Questions, click here.


The Los Diamantes Public Improvement District Ballot Questions

A series of two ballot questions shall be submitted to qualified electors residing within the Los Diamantes Public Improvement District. For more information regarding these ballot questions, click here.