Measure M Bond measure was passed by voters (59.8%) on March 3, 2020. Measure M will provide $325 million to support the district's continued effort in modernizing and maintaining high-quality learning environments for our students, staff and community. Measure M will provide locally controlled funding to continue investment in our schools to prepare students for college and good paying jobs in fields like health sciences, engineering, technology, robotics, manufacturing, skilled trades and continued repairs and improvements in our learning environments.
The community has consistently supported local school bond measures to invest in high-quality schools across our district. Measure M will continue that investment and provide the needed local match to qualify for state school facilities funds.
Measure M Ballot Measure - Full Text
Measure X Bond measure was voted into effect on November 8, 2016, by 64% of the voters within the District. The District will be authorized to issue and sell bonds up to $225M to continue the work created the living document, our Facilities Master Plan, approved on April 29, 2009. Bond proceeds will be expended to repair, modernize, upgrade, renovate, remodel, construct, acquire, replace, equip, furnish, rebuild and otherwise improve educational and support facilities within the District.
Measure X Ballot Measure - Full Text
The Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee meets bi-monthly at the Service Center, 4600 N. Brawley, Fresno, CA 93722
Contact person - Karin Temple, Chief Operations Officer (559) 457-3134
Meeting Agendas, Minutes, Audit and Project Reports
Oversight Committee Member Nomination Form