MEASURE S | $249.6 MILLION
PASSED BY VOTERS NOVEMBER 8, 2022
Measure S will not increase taxes. The new measure is structured to not add additional taxes to what property taxpayers are currently paying with Measure C and Measure J, but to extend those current tax rates. Measure S will address the needs of our students through modernization and renovation projects at schools throughout the District.
MEASURE J | $249 MILLION
PASSED BY VOTERS JUNE 7, 2016
On September 7, 2016, the District issued the first series of bonds from Measure J. The sale was a great success, with an estimated $84 million sold at near historic low interest rates. The purpose of Measure J is to upgrade, modernize and construct classrooms, science labs and libraries; improve student access to technology; repair leaky roofs, outdated electrical plumbing systems; and improve safety, security, and access for students with disabilities.
MEASURE C | $100 MILLION
PASSED BY VOTERS MARCH 5, 2002
In 2002, the residents in Fairfield and Suisun voted for the passage of Measure C to provide adequate classrooms, make essential health, safety and building repairs at aging school facilities, and relieve overcrowding by acquiring, constructing or renovating local school sites. Measure C was one of the most successful bond programs in the State with nearly 50 projects completed.