Voter Registration

DON'T FORGET! To be eligible to vote in the Allen ISD bond election, individuals must be a registered voter who resides within the school district boundaries.


The final day to register is Monday, October 4.

Not sure if you're registered? Click here to confirm. 


Early Voting: Monday, October 18, 2021 - Friday October 29, 2021

Below are the City of Allen early voting times. 

Below are the City of Allen early voting locations. To view all locations, click here.

Election Day: November 2 | 7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Below are the City of Allen Election Day voting locations. Polls are open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. To view all locations, click here.

Absentee Voting: 

Applications for voting by mail should be received (not post marked) no later than 5:00 p.m. on October 22, 2021. Applications should be sent to: 

Early Voting Clerk
Bruce Sherbet, Collin County Elections Department
2010 Redbud Blvd., Suite 102
McKinney, Texas 75069
Fax: 972-547-1914

Voters who wish to vote by mail must meet at least one of the four eligibility requirements:

  • 65 years of age or older

  • Sick or disabled

  • Expected absence from the county (example: Military personnel, or student away at college with permanent residence in Allen ISD)

  • Confined in jail, but otherwise eligible to vote


Get an application to absentee vote by mail from the Secretary of State here​.

New State Law Requirement

In accordance with new state law, all school ballot propositions must include the following statement: "This is a property tax increase" regardless if there is no expected increase to the school district tax rate. Voters will see this language on all propositions; however, the AISD tax rate is not expected to increase as a result of the bond election. 

Based upon the current taxable values of the district and conservative growth assumptions, it is expected that the I&S rate will remain at $0.41 following the election, regardless of outcome.

View Ballot Language by Proposition

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Will My Taxes Increase?

Property tax rate vs. District tax rate

Your property taxes are locally assessed taxes determined by numerous taxing units and the county appraisal district. 

Various local taxing units (LTU)*, including the school district, establish individual budgets and tax rates which, combined with the appraised value of your home, make up your overall property tax rate amount. 

Your home appraisal value typically changes yearly and is set by the Collin County Appraisal District. Allen ISD has no authority on your home appraisal value and cannot raise or lower your appraised value. 

*Local taxing units include city, county, school and special services such as community college, hospital and road.