Measure List
2019-11-05
26 of 26 Passed: (100.%) (List Total: 26)
# County Measure District Result Conformity Type
Courtesy of California School Bonds Clearinghouse
Alameda, November 5, 2019
 
1 Alameda G Piedmont City Unified 82.88% PASS ben,frm (73) tax
To maintain the high quality of education in Piedmont schools, continue funding programs in math, science, technology, engineering, English, music, and arts, keep textbooks and instructional technology up to date, maintain smaller class sizes, and attract and retain qualified teachers, shall the Piedmont Unified School District renew its expiring parcel tax at an annual rate of $2,763 per parcel for 8 years, providing 10.8 million dollars annually, with independent citizen oversight and all money staying local?
 
2 Alameda H Piedmont City Unified 74.38% PASS ben,frm (53) tax
To provide critically needed funding to attract and retain high quality teachers and educational support staff, shall the Piedmont Unified School District levy a tax of $0.25 per square foot of building improvements, providing 2.6 million dollars annually in dedicated funding for Piedmont schools for 8 years, with independent citizen oversight and all money staying local?
Calaveras, November 5, 2019
 
3 Calaveras C City of Angels Camp 82.03% PASS ben,frm (75) tax
Shall the measure permanently increasing the City of Angels' transient occupancy tax from ten percent (10%) to twelve percent (12%), to generate an additional $200,000 annually from hotel and vacation rental guests, to fund essential public services including emergency fire response and protection, police patrols, public works maintenance, business attraction and retention; and to increase the City's appropriations limit for Fiscal Years 2020-2024 by the amount of tax proceeds received by the increase, be approved?
Contra Costa, November 5, 2019
 
4 Contra Costa H City of El Cerrito 78.34% PASS frm,tru (75) tax
To maintain El Cerrito's quality of life, continuing local control of recreation services/parks, including maintaining/improving: swim center pools, locker rooms/restrooms; city parks, walking paths, playfields/open space; and program space for children, families, adults/seniors; shall a measure be adopted extending the 2000 voter approved measure, with no increase of the current $58.46 per single family residential unit or other rates, until repealed by voters, providing $650,000 annually, with all funds benefiting El Cerrito?
Fresno, November 5, 2019
 
5 Fresno S City of Parlier 52.08% PASS ben,frm,tru (59) tax
To protect, maintain and improve essential City services including police, fire, 911 emergency, gang prevention programs, neighborhood police patrols, maintain streets, reduce criminal activity, attract and retain businesses and jobs, and maintain youth/senior and other programs and services, shall the City of Parlier increase the sales tax by one cent ($.01) providing for approximately $400,000 annually, until ended by voters?
Los Angeles, November 5, 2019
 
6 Los Angeles A City of South Pasadena 67.32% PASS ben,frm,tit,tru (71) tax
SOUTH PASADENA PUBLIC SAFETY, CITY SERVICES, AND ACCOUNTABILITY MEASURE. To maintain 9-1-1 emergency response times, including to home break-ins and thefts; neighborhood, school and park police patrols, fire/paramedic services, fire station operations, emergency preparedness; retain/attract local businesses; maintain streets/infrastructure; provide other general services and maintain City finances, shall the City of South Pasadena establish a 3/4 sales tax providing approximately $1,500,000 annually until ended by voters, all funds remaining in South Pasadena?
 
7 Los Angeles H City of Hermosa Beach 77.94% PASS ben,frm,tru (58) tax
Shall an ordinance be adopted increasing the transient occupancy tax (hotel bed tax) paid by hotel/motel guests from 12% to 14% of room revenue raising approximately $550,000 annually to be controlled and used locally for general municipal services in Hermosa Beach such as police, fire, and paramedic services, infrastructure/street repairs, and park upgrades, until ended by voters?
 
8 Los Angeles I City of Irwindale 60.62% PASS ben,frm,tru (74) tax
To maintain City of Irwindale service levels including local police protection, 911 emergency response, public safety, senior citizen/park/transportation/recreation programs; maintain library services, and programs that create jobs/attract local businesses; fix potholes/streets; and other general City services; shall the measure enacting a three-quarters percent transactions and use sales tax to be levied annually to generate an estimated $1,180,000 until ended by voters be adopted requiring an ordinance, and funds only for Irwindale?
 
9 Los Angeles K City of Monrovia 63.36% PASS ben,frm,tit,wc (85) tax
City of Monrovia - Keep Monrovia Revenue Local Sales and Use Tax. To keep local sales tax dollars in Monrovia to fund general city services, including community center improvements, police, fire, 911, senior services, parks, recreation, clean water and others, shall the Monrovia Transactions and Use Tax Ordinance of 2019, placed on the ballot by the City Council, be approved, imposing a 0.75% transactions and use (sales) tax to collect approximately $4.5 million annually spent only in Monrovia, with a Citizens Advisory Committee and annual spending plan?
 
10 Los Angeles S City of Sierra Madre 80.91% PASS ben,frm,tit,tru (70) tax
SIERRA MADRE PUBLIC SAFETY, PARKS, FACILITIES, AND CITY SERVICES MEASURE. To maintain police, fire and paramedic response times; maintain police patrols, emergency planning and response, provide for parks, streets, sidewalks and parkway trees, library services, recreation programs, senior programs, and general finances, shall the City of Sierra Madre establish a 3/4 sales tax until ended by voters, providing approximately $225,000 annually with all revenue remaining in Sierra Madre for the benefit of its residents?
 
11 Los Angeles PS City of Lynwood 76.25% PASS ben,frm,tit (54) tax
Lynwood Public Safety and Vital City Services Protection Measure. To protect and maintain vital city police services, fire protection, street and pothole repair, parks and recreation programs; and other essential services, shall the City of Lynwood remove the 10 year sunset provision from the existing one cent sales and use tax? All funds remain in Lynwood.
 
12 Los Angeles SM City of San Marino 71.05% PASS ben (74) tax
Shall the measure approving an ordinance to continue the Special Public Safety Tax for Paramedic Services, Fire Protection and Prevention and Police Protection in San Marino, providing approximately $3.4 million annually until 2025, continuing the existing rate structure calculating the maximum amount charged to each parcel type based primarily on its zoning and applying police, fire, and paramedic cost components specified in the exhibit to the ordinance, with increases strictly limited each year, be adopted?
Marin, November 5, 2019
 
13 Marin E Reed Union Elementary 74.83% PASS ben,frm (73) tax
To maintain excellent academic programs and high-quality, 21st-century education by attracting and retaining highly qualified, experienced teachers; maintaining and enhancing science, technology, engineering and math for all grades; supporting art, music and library programs; minimizing class size increases; shall a Reed Union School District measure be adopted renewing the existing $589 annual parcel tax, providing $2.5 million annually, for 12 years, with senior exemptions, 3% annual adjustments, no money for administrator salaries and funds staying local?
 
14 Marin F Town of Fairfax 80.69% PASS ben,frm,wc (76) tax
Shall an ordinance be adopted approving an eleven-year extension of Fairfax's special municipal services tax of $195 in the first year and increasing $5 annually to a maximum of $250 for each business occupancy and dwelling unit, raising approximately $711,000 to $912,500 annually, to: Keep our local Police Station open 24/7; Maintain/enhance local Fire services and wildfire prevention efforts; Fund Public Works/safety projects; Maintain Youth/Senior programs; Continue the Citizens Oversight Committee?
Orange, November 5, 2019
 
15 Orange A City of Stanton 66.70% PASS ben,frm,tru (66) tax
To improve general City services, such as police, fire and emergency response, parks and youth/senior services, and street repair, shall a measure enacting a tax on cannabis or hemp businesses up to $ 12.00 per square foot for cultivation, 6% of gross receipts for retail businesses, and 4% for all other cannabis or hemp businesses, generating approximately $1,000,000 - $1,400,000 annually, until ended by voters, be adopted?
 
16 Orange B City of Stanton 63.63% PASS ben,frm,tru (75) tax
To improve general City services, such as police, fire and emergency response, parks and youth/ senior services, and street repair, shall a measure amending the Stanton Municipal Code to increase the Transient Occupancy Tax rate from 8% to 12%, providing approximately $ 250,000 annually, until ended by voters, and applying the tax to all rent charged to hotel guests, including by online travel and short term rental companies, for transient occupancy of any hotel, be adopted?
San Francisco, November 5, 2019
 
17 San Francisco A City of San Francisco 71.16% PASS ben,frm,tit,tru,wc (124) bond
SAN FRANCISCO AFFORDABLE HOUSING BONDS. To finance the construction, development, acquisition, and preservation of housing affordable to extremely-low, low and middle-income households through programs that will prioritize vulnerable populations such as San Francisco's working families, veterans, seniors, and persons with disabilities; to assist in the acquisition, rehabilitation, and preservation of existing affordable housing to prevent the displacement of residents; to repair and reconstruct distressed and dilapidated public housing developments and their underlying infrastructure; to assist the City's middle-income residents or workers in obtaining affordable rental or home ownership opportunities including down payment assistance and support for new construction of affordable housing for San Francisco Unified School District and City College of San Francisco employees; and to pay related costs; shall the City and County Of San Francisco issue $600,000,000 in general obligation bonds with a duration of up
San Mateo, November 5, 2019
 
18 San Mateo B City of Brisbane 70.67% PASS frm (33) tax
To pay for general municipal expenses, shall the City increase the uniform transient occupancy tax, payable by transients for the privilege of occupying a hotel room, to fourteen percent (14%) of the rent?
 
19 San Mateo C City of Brisbane 84.03% PASS frm (40) tax
To pay for general municipal expenses, shall the City revise/increase the annual business license tax on a liquid storage facility of up to six cents per barrel delivered over the rack to such facility in the preceding calendar year?
 
20 San Mateo E City of Brisbane 81.57% PASS frm (36) tax
To pay for general municipal expenses, shall the City establish a business license tax on cannabis businesses in the City in the amount of up to six percent (6%) of the gross receipts of such businesses?
 
21 San Mateo G City of San Bruno 61.61% PASS ben,frm,tru (68) tax
Shall the City of San Bruno's measure to fund city services/facilities such as neighborhood police patrols; fire prevention services; urban wildfire protection; crime suppression/investigation; pothole/street repair; increasing parking supply; upgrading parks/other city services/facilities; expanding services supporting local businesses; by levying a 1/2 sales tax, providing approximately $4,000,000 annually, until ended by voters, with independent citizens' oversight, no money for Sacramento, all funds spent locally, be adopted?
 
22 San Mateo I Cabrillo Unified 75.02% PASS ben,frm (74) tax
To maintain quality education in Coastside schools without increasing taxes; preserve strong academic programs in reading, writing, science, technology, engineering, arts, math; retain qualified teachers/staff; prepare students for college and careers; and maintain school safety and security; shall a measure to renew its expiring $150 education parcel tax for eight years be adopted, raising approximately $1,600,000 annually with independent citizen oversight, exemptions for seniors and others, and all funds staying in Coastside schools?
Sonoma, November 5, 2019
 
23 Sonoma C Occidental Community Services District 83.33% PASS ben,frm,tru (72) tax
In order to continue to provide fire and emergency services, shall Occidental Community Services District Ordinance No. 2019-02, authorizing the District to impose and levy a special tax based on use codes shown on Attachment "A" of the Ordinance of $200.00 for residential properties; $100 for agricultural land; and $300.00 per assessor's parcel plus $0.14 per square foot for commercial properties; raising approximately $250,000.00 annually until repealed; and increasing the District's appropriations, be adopted?
 
24 Sonoma E Gold Ridge Fire Protection District 70.59% PASS ben,frm,tru (72) tax
In order to continue to provide fire and emergency services, shall Gold Ridge Fire Protection District Ordinance No. 2019/20-1, authorizing the District to levy a special tax based on use codes shown on Attachment "A" of the Ordinance of $200.00 for residential properties; $300.00 plus $0.14 per square foot for commercial properties; $50.00 for pasture land; and $100.00 for other land; raising approximately $1,200,000.00 annually until repealed; and increasing the District's appropriations limit, be adopted?
 
25 Sonoma F Graton Fire Protection District 76.82% PASS ben,frm,tru (69) tax
In order to continue to provide fire and emergency services, shall Graton Fire Protection District Ordinance No. 2019-11-01, authorizing the District to impose and levy a special tax based on use codes shown on Attachment "A" of the Ordinance of $250.00 for residential properties; $250.00 for agricultural land; and $300 plus $0.14 per square foot for commercial properties; raising approximately $800,000.00 annually until repealed; and increasing the District's appropriations limit, be adopted?
Stanislaus, November 5, 2019
 
26 Stanislaus H City of Oakdale 73.48% PASS ben,frm (47) tax
To help prevent additional budget cuts and maintain City services, including police and fire protection, senior programs, and other general services, shall the City of Oakdale extend the existing cent sales tax set to expire April 2020, for an additional eleven (11) years, with resident oversight and annual independent audits?