CA’s Local School Bond Measures

There are more than 100 local school bond measures appearing on ballots across the state. They have a good chance of passing. Between 2008 and 2020, local school bonds had a 73% voter approval rate in California.

Below is a partial list of local school bond measures that residents are voting on, courtesy of Ballotpedia.org.

For a full list, click here.  

Alum Rock Union School District Measure S - $71.5 million 

Alvord Unified School District Measure J - $248,000,000

Amador County Unified School District Measure H - $64 million 

Auburn Union Elementary School District Measure E - $45 million 

Black Oak Mine Unified School District Measure Q - $28.9 million 

Buellton Union School District Measure R2022 - $8.8 million 

Calaveras Unified School District Measure B - $39.3 million 

Calistoga Joint Unified School District Measure B - $41 million 

Campbell Union School District Measure T - $96 million 

Capistrano Unified School District Measure G - $114 million 

Coalinga-Huron Joint Unified School District Measure X - $39.2 million 

Tulare Measure C - $95 million 

College School District (Santa Barbara) Measure Y2022 - $23 million 

Compton Unified School District Measure AAA - $350 million 

Downey Unified School District Measure K - $504 million

East Side Union High School District Measure N - $572 million 

Eastside Union School District Measure ES - $23 million 

Edison School District Measure G - $3.4 million 

El Centro Elementary School District Measure E - $17.495 million

Elverta Joint Elementary School District Measure P - $4 million

Esparto Unified School District Measure L - $19.9 million

Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District Measure S - $249 million

Farmersville Unified School District Measure Z - $8.6 million 

Ferndale Unified School District Measure Q - $7.7 million

Fillmore Unified School District Measure G - $41.6 million

Forestville Union Elementary School District Measure D - $6.5 million

Fruitvale School District Measure H - $23 million

Gridley Unified School District Measure J - $16.3 million 

Santa Barbara Measure V2022 - $8.5 million

Santa Barbara Measure W2022 - $8.49 million

Horicon School District Measure E - $10.4 million for school infrastructure 

Imperial Measure B - $130 million

Imperial Unified School District Measure D - $50 million

Jefferson Elementary School District (Daly City) Measure J - $45 million

Kenwood School District Measure F - $17 million

Kern High School District Measure E - $160 million 

Kings River-Hardwick Union Elementary School District Measure K - $4 million

La Honda-Pescadero Unified School District Measure R - $15 million

Lake Tahoe Unified School District Measure K - $107 million

Las Virgenes Unified School District Measure S - $340 million

Lemon Grove School District Measure Q - $27 million

Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District Measure G - $450 million

Lompoc Unified School District Measure A2022 - $125 million

Long Beach Unified School District Measure Q - $1.7 billion

Los Angeles Community College District Measure LA - $5.3 billion

Mark Twain Union Elementary School District Measure Measure E - $9.3 million

Martinez Unified School District Measure K - $90 million 

Modesto City High School District Measure L - $198 million

Monrovia Unified School District Measure MM - $75 million

Mupu School District Measure J & K - $800,000 

Napa Valley Unified School District Measure A1 & A2 - $200 million and $25 million

Oak Grove School District Measure P - $236 million

Orange Center School District Measure D - $6 million

Oxnard School District Measure I - $215 million

Palmdale School District Measure PRM - $120 million

Panama-Buena Vista Union School District Measure I - $99 million

Los Angeles Measure PCC - $565 million

Patterson Joint Unified School District Measure E $74 million

Planada Elementary School District Measure A - $3.1 million

Pleasanton Unified School District Measure I - $395 million

Plumas Lake Elementary School District Measure R - $45 million


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Tuesday, November 22, 2022 - 06:30

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