Vote 2022


Your support is going to make a huge difference for our students! Find the results of this election on the Kalamazoo County website.

Vote!The Comstock Public Schools community will have the opportunity to vote on a bond proposal on the May 3, 2022 election ballot. If approved by voters, this bond proposal would provide $39,430,000 for district-wide improvements.

This bond proposal was developed as a part of a long-term master plan for district facilities. Proposed bond projects were prioritized as part of a year-long facility assessment conducted by a group that included CPS staff, parents of students, and members of the Comstock community. This group toured our school buildings and facilities, and collected community and stakeholder input through four surveys and six community forums.

See the Facilities Review Committee's findings, and get an overview of the May 2022 Bond Proposal in the February / March Comstock Communicator

If approved by the voters, the bond proposal is expected to increase our debt tax rate by approximately 0.5 mills over the current year’s levy. This represents an initial increase of approximately $25 per year for every $100,000 of market value home. Use the tax calculator on this website to help estimate the tax impact on your home.

KRESA Districts' Millage Chart

Even if voters approve this bond proposal, Comstock's debt millage rate would still be the lowest of all KRESA school districts (see chart above).

For more information about the Comstock 2022 Bond Request, browse the information below. If you have any questions, send a note to [email protected]

See the exact language which will appear on the May 3, 2022 ballot, and get a detailed breakdown of its meaning


2022 Bond Frequently Asked Questions

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions about school bonds in general and the 2022 Comstock bond proposal.


See what other people have been saying about our 2022 Bond Proposal!