Updated on: June 21, 2021 at 13:55 pm

Welcome to the Measure L Website!

 

Measure L is a 25-year, ½ cent sales tax, that was approved by Stanislaus County voters by an overwhelming 71.95% in November of 2016. Measure L provides funding for local transportation improvements including, but not limited to: fixing potholes and maintaining streets; improving emergency response; providing safe routes to schools; providing senior, veterans and disabled shuttle services; and improving safety and reducing traffic congestion on Highway 99 and major streets.

The passage of Measure L now designates Stanislaus County as a ‘Self-Help’ county. Stanislaus County joins twenty-three other counties in California that have already approved similar ballot measures making them ‘Self-Help’ Counties. With these voter-approved local transportation funds, Self-Help Counties are able to maintain and improve their transportation systems. They are also more successful in competing for funding and leveraging a larger share of state and federal dollars. Self-Help funds generated must stay local and can only be spent on transportation.

The Stanislaus Council of Governments is pleased to announce all jurisdictions are compliant in regard to Measure L reporting requirements. These requirements include Master Fund Agreements, Maintenance of Effort, and Measure L Project Lists.

Click HERE to view the Fiscal Year 2018-2019 Measure L Annual Report

Presiona aquí para El Año Fiscal 2018 - 2019 Informe Anual

 

6003146

Ceres

763452

Hughson

22683920

Modesto

1748329

Newman

2824534

Oakdale

373192

Patterson

1950052

Riverbank

10518320

Turlock

628251

Waterford

26151172

Stanislaus County

Click on each section for breakdown by jurisdiction