This November, Provo City School District Board of Education will ask voters to consider a bond for $80 million to complete the first phase of a rebuild of Timpview High School. The school board has sought input from various building experts to understand the needs at Timpview. The conclusion of this study is that Timpview is in a condition of continued deterioration. The proposed bond is to ensure that existing deterioration does not proceed to a point where the building is no longer safe. The most highly affected areas will be addressed in a way that allows students to continue to occupy the building. The district has worked closely with State Risk Management and multiple engineers to ensure that students and employees are not in a building that poses a serious risk to health and safety.