PARK CITY -- Public school kids here can expect to see some facility improvements in the coming years.

The $30 million Park City school bond passed Tuesday, with almost 60 percent of the ballots cast in favor of the issue. According to unofficial results, 763 voters were for the bond, while 519 were against.Voter turnout was about 11 percent, said Park City School District administrator Von Horton.

Although district leaders will have some spending flexibility, most of the $30 million has already been designated for construction of a new elementary school, land purchases, continued construction of a new middle school and an addition to an elementary school.

The bond election was prompted by vigorous growth in the district over the past several years.

The district has 3,800 students and includes all of Park City and the Snyderville Basin in Summit County.

Last year, the school district had about 6 percent growth.

"We've had about 5 to 9 percent growth for the past three or four years," Horton said.

For several years before that, growth percentage numbers were in double digits.

The annual amount homeowners can expect to pay on the bond varies each year, with the maximum increase from Tuesday's bond to be $48 per $100,000 of appraised value on a primary home.

The bond is the second approved in recent months by Park City voters. Last November, residents passed a $10 million bond to preserve and purchase open space in the city.