CBOC Measure L

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What is Measure L?


Measure L is a $172 million school facilities bond on the November 2018 ballot that would serve all Natomas schools – charter and non-charter.

Why Measure L Now?


NUSD celebrated its 25th-year Anniversary last year and projections show the district growing by thousands of new students over the next decade. Measure L is the next natural step in providing the funding necessary to implement the Facilities Master Plan by improving current schools and meeting the future needs of our growing community. This bond measure will help NUSD provide 21st century learning opportunities for many years to come.

Safeguards and Funding


  • Measure L would be is for by local property owners at an annual cost not to exceed 6 cents per $100 of assessed valuation
  • Proceeds could not be used for administrative salaries or positions
  • Spending would be monitored by a citizens oversight committee and audited annually

Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee

The purpose of the Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee shall be to inform the public concerning the expenditure of bond revenues. The Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee actively reviews and reports on the proper expenditure of taxpayers’ money for school construction. The Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee is conducted in accordance with Section 15282 of the Education Code.

Thank you, Natomas Voters!  Measure L is a $72 million school facilities bond approved by voters on the November 2018 ballot that serves all Natomas schools – charter and non-charter.   The Natomas Unified Board of Trustees approved a Facilities Master Plan that identifies school facility needs over the next 15 years.

Now Accepting Applications

The District is seeking community members to serve on the Measure L Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee.

Submit application online by clicking HERE.

FAST FACTS:
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Measure L would support the following actions in the Facilities Master Plan:

  • Expand academic choice and parent options by improving facilities at neighborhood schools and providing more K-8 options with specific academic focus
  • Build new schools and classroom buildings to meet growth needs
  • Enhance science, technology, engineering, arts, math, college prep, career technical and other education by adding classrooms, labs, and other facilities
  • Support college and career readiness by enhancing Career Technical Education facilities and pathways
  • Upgrade technology systems for student access and operations

Other potential impacts include:

  • Upgrade safety and security systems
  • Improve accessibility for students with disabilities
  • Improve school grounds and physical environment, including playgrounds and athletic fields
  • Develop joint-use aquatics facility in partnership with the city of Sacramento
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