• In February 2020, Sedro-Woolley School District voters approved a six-year capital levy to fund a wide range of capital improvements to the district's facilities. Proposed improvements focused on maintenance and repair projects to extend the life of all the district's school buildings while also enhancing school safety and technology, improving the energy efficiency and performance of heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems.  

    The district will collect $2.5 million per year for six years. This will cost taxpayers 64¢ per $1,000 in increased property taxes in 2021, 64¢ per $1,000 in increased property taxes in 2022, 61¢ per $1,000 in increased property taxes in 2023, 59¢ per $1,000 in increased property taxes in 2024, 57¢ per $1,000 in increased property taxes in 2025 and 55¢ per $1,000 in increased property taxes in 2026.