This page has been set up to provide information pertaining to the general obligation bonds that will fund the new Davie County High School, approved by voters in May of 2014. The page will be updated with additional information as it becomes available.
On April 21, 2015, Davie County sold $54.5 million in school bonds. Ten bidders participated in the sale, netting a premium of just over $7 million. The premium provides the County with an extra $7 million to put towards the high school project. The following report includes final numbers.
Interested individuals who would like to purchase bonds for the new high school as an investment may contact the following:
Investors may also reach out to their individual investment advisor and their advisor can coordinate the purchase of bonds for them.
Presented during the May 18th Special Called Board of Commissioners meeting, the tax increase for the new Davie County High School will be 10.8-cents. Here is a graphic of how property owners can expect this to be reflected on their annual tax bills.