Bonds & Levies

We are able to offer programs beyond the basic educational experience in our schools thanks to the generous support of our community. Voters have consistently approved bonds that maintain, enhance and build schools as well as levies that pay for services and needs in our schools not funded by state education dollars.

2024 RSD Bond For/Against Committee Notice

Richland School District is seeking applications from residents of the District interested in being appointed to a committee to write the for/against statements for the Benton County Local Voters’ Pamphlet related to the District’s Bonds for School Construction and Remaining District-wide Safety and Security Enhancements ballot measure to be considered at the November 5, 2024 election.

Interested residents should send their name, address, phone number, email address and which position they represent to: Clinton Sherman, Executive Director of Financial Services, Richland School District, 6972 Keene Road, West Richland, WA 99353 or via email at by July 8, 2024.

The Board will take action on the appointments at its July 9, 2024 regular board meeting.

A pro/con committee form must also be completed and submitted to Benton County Elections Office. More information about the upcoming election and contact information for Benton County Auditor's office can be found at

RSD Facilities Planning Committee

The district's Facilities Planning Committee is charged with developing a Long-Term Facility Plan that will help the Richland School Board provide sustainable learning facilities for its students, protect its investments in grounds and buildings, and to maintain predictable, affordable levy rates. 

>> Learn more about the Facilities Planning Committee

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Clinton Sherman
Executive Director for Financial Services
(509) 967-6005