Tiffin City Schools voters approved a renewal of a five-year, 1.0-mill levy for permanent improvements Tuesday.
According to unofficial totals, 5,534 voters approved the levy and 3,520 voters rejected it.
Superintendent Donald Coletta said thank you to voters and the campaigning team for their continued support.
This levy has passed six other times since 1977.
"It is not going to change the existing millage or tax rates," he said.The levy, which generates about $210,000 annually, expires at the end of the year, he said.
The annual cost to the owner of a $100,000 home is about $14.30 a year.
Coletta said with the levy funds, the district will continue to budget to maintain facilities, construction, capital improvements and equipment that has a life expectancy of more than five years.
"It cannot be used for salaries, fringe benefits, teaching materials or day-to-day operations of schools," he said. "... The money from the (permanent improvement) funds maintain every school building in the district."
Education is a high priority for the people of Tiffin, Coletta said.
"We appreciate their willingness to support the district," he said.