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Learn about Projects for Lawrence, Kansas Bond Investors, including 2018 Water and Sewage Projects, General Obligation Bond Projects, and Facility Conservation Improvement Program (Green Bonds).
2018 debt-financed projects of an estimated $16,000,000 will be:
General Obligation Bond, Series 2017-A
This series is being used to pay for the following five projects:
The Series 2017-A bonds are scheduled to be sold on Tuesday, May 2, 2017
General Obligation Bond, Series 2017-B (Green Bonds)
The City of Lawrence is issuing the first green bonds in the State of Kansas! There are approximately 30 projects being funded through green bonds that impact more than 40 City facilities.
The City of Lawrence hired a consulting firm to help find and implement energy efficient building improvements throughout the City. A full list of projects can be found in the City's Investment Grade Audit Report.
The Series 2017-B bonds are scheduled to be sold on Tuesday, May 2, 2017
General Obligation Bond, Series 2017-C (Minibonds)
The City is issuing minibonds for the first time! These bonds are being used to finance a fire truck. The City is working with Neighborly to market and sell these bonds to local residents.
Neighborly is the underwriter and is not affiliated with the City of Lawrence in any way, other than as the broker-dealer for this sale of minibonds. Additional information on the issue can be found here: Neighborly Lawrence, Kansas site
Neighborly also has a support center that can help answer questions regarding minibonds and how to set up an account to invest directly in Lawrence.
General Obligation Temporary Note, Series 2017-I
Fire Station No. #1 was built in 1950 in downtown Lawrence and is on the National Register of Historic Places. A substantial renovation is being completed to reallocate space to address current operational needs.
Fire Station No. #1 is home to Lawrence-Douglas County Fire/Medical and Douglas County Senior Services. This project is partially funded by Douglas County.