WILLIAMSON COUNTY, Texas — At an open house Tuesday, Williamson County voters will have a chance to learn about two different bond propositions that will appear on their ballot come November.

On Nov. 5, voters must approve or reject $477 million for roads and parks. 

If approved, $412 million would go toward roads in areas including Round Rock, Leander and Georgetown. And $35 million would go toward parks. Berry Springs Park and River Ranch Park would see an update from the money. The Williamson County Expo Center would also see renovations.

RELATED: Williamson County election bonds address roads, parks

The last bond election Williamson County voters approved for roads was in 2013.

You can learn more about the bond election on the county's website.

Tuesday's open house is voters' last chance to learn about what exactly is included in the two propositions. The open house will be held at 5 p.m. at the Deputy A.W. Grimes Law Enforcement Training Center in Hutto.

VIDEO: Williamson County election bond for roads, parks

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