Current Measure Information

Qualified Local Measures

Letters designating Measures will be assigned by the Department of Voter Registration and Elections (VRE).  At the beginning of each calendar year, Measures will commence with the letter A and continue in alphabetical order to the letter Z.  If during the calendar year all letters have been used, lettering will continue with AA, BB, etc.  ​

Sacramento County will not designate the letters F or I.  EC § 13116.


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DistrictMeasure QuestionFull Text
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​A

​Sacramento Transportation Authority

​To fix potholes and repair damaged streets; provide safe routes to school; expand affordable senior and disabled transit services; eliminate bottlenecks and improve emergency response times; reduce traffic congestion; and improve air quality; Shall the measure approving the Sacramento County Transportation, Maintenance, Safety and Congestion Relief Act of 2022 - Retail Transactions and Use Tax Initiative, including a 40-year 0.5% sales tax raising an estimated $212,512,500 annually for transportation and transit projects, be adopted?​

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​B

​County of Sacramento

​Shall the measure to fund enhanced County homeless services, including those benefitting the American River Parkway, by establishing a special tax on the gross receipts from cannabis and hemp businesses in unincorporated Sacramento County, not exceeding 6% for retail, 4% for manufacturing, 3% for distribution, 2% for testing and, 3% for cultivation or $10 per canopy square foot inflation adjustable, generating an estimated $5,100,000 to $7,700,000 annually, and levied until repealed by the voters, be adopted?

English

D

​Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Authority

Shall the unincorporated County of

Sacramento and incorporated cities

within, including Sacramento, Elk Grove,

Citrus Heights, Folsom, Galt, Rancho

Cordova, and Isleton, be authorized to

annually develop, acquire, or construct

housing for low-income persons and

families, including elderly or disabled

persons, equivalent with 1% of the

existing housing units in the county? Any

unconstructed housing units in each year

will be carried over annually.

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​E

​City of Elk Grove

​Elk Grove Safety/Quality of Life Measure.  To support essential services such as crime reduction; rapid 9-1-1, fire, police, medical emergency/disaster response; keeping public areas safe/clean; addressing homelessness; pothole repair/street/park maintenance; youth crime/gang prevention programs; and  other general community purposes; shall the measure establishing a 1¢ sales tax providing approximately $21,300,000 annually until ended by voters; requiring audits, citizen oversight, public spending dis-closures, and all funds locally controlled, be adopted?​

English

​G

Carmichael Recreation and Park District

​To improve parks and recreation for

children, families and senior citizens;

construct/renovate aging restrooms and

facilities; make

safety/security/handicapped accessibility

improvements; and upgrade playgrounds,

features, and amenities; shall Carmichael

Recreation and Park District's measure be

adopted authorizing $31,900,000 of

bonds at legal rates, averaging $1.7

million annually while bonds are

outstanding at a rate of approximately 1.9

cents per $100 assessed value, with

annual audits, independent citizens'

oversight, NO money for salaries and all

funds staying local?


English


​J

​Twin Rivers Unified School District

​Twin Rivers Unified School District Middle/ High School Health/ Safety/ Repair Measure. Shall the measure of Twin Rivers Unified School District be adopted to repair heating/ air conditioning/ electrical systems; provide safe drinking water/ playgrounds; remove asbestos/ mold/ lead paint; repair leaky roofs; improve security systems; construct classrooms; by authorizing $120 million in bonds at legal interest rates, levies of 2.3¢ per $100 assessed value, raising approximately $8 mil- lion annually while bonds are outstanding, requiring oversight, annual audits, all funds benefiting local schools?

​English


​K

​Twin Rivers Unified School District

​Twin Rivers Unified School District Elementary SFID Student Health/Safety/Repair Measure. Shall the measure of Twin Rivers Unified School District’s SFID be adopted to upgrade heating/ air conditioning/electrical systems; provide safe drinking water/ playgrounds; repair blacktop /leaky roofs, outdated classrooms/ bathrooms/kitchens; remove mold/asbestos/lead paint; by authorizing $150 million in bonds at legal interest rates, levies of 3.7¢ per $100 assessed value, raising approximately $10 million annually while bonds are outstanding, requiring oversight, annual audits, all funds benefiting local schools?

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​L

​City of Sacramento

​Shall the measure amending the City of Sacramento Charter to allocate an amount of its General Fund revenue equivalent to 40 percent of the total revenue generated from the existing cannabis business operations tax towards a Children’s Fund for positive youth development and youth violence prevention programs such as mental health counseling, substance abuse treatment, early prevention and intervention, after-school activities, and services for homeless youth and foster children, be adopted?

English

​M

​​City of Sacramento

​Shall the measure amending section 171 to the City of Sacramento Charter – to state that at the first election after adoption of a new redistricting map, councilmembers shall be elected for each district under the map that has the same district number as a district whose incumbent’s term is due to expire – be adopted?​

​​English

​N

​​City of Sacramento

​Shall the measure, with no increase in tax rates, amending the city’s special transient occupancy (hotel/lodging bed) tax to allow its revenues to be used for tourism-related economic development projects that would create jobs and strengthen the local economy, subject to independent annual audits and full public disclosure of all spending, be adopted?

​​English

​O

​City of Sacramento

​Shall the measure entitled The City of Sacramento Emergency Shelter and Enforcement Act of 2022 – which requires identification of a minimum number of emergency shelter spaces based on the estimated number of homeless persons; conditions enforcement of the city’s unlawful camping ordinance on shelter space availability; prohibits encampments; allows residents to bring action against the city for unlawful camping or storage on city property; and limits the city’s annual general fund budget obligation to $5,000,000 – be adopted?

​English

​P

​Elverta Joint Elementary School District

To improve the quality of educational

facilities; upgrade inadequate electrical

systems; replace leaky roofs; modernize

outdated classrooms, restrooms and

school facilities; and make health, safety

and handicapped accessibility

improvements; shall Elverta Joint

Elementary School District's measure be

adopted authorizing $4,000,000 of bonds

at legal rates, generating on average

$239,000 annually while bonds are

outstanding at a rate of 3 cents per $100

assessed value, with annual audits,

independent citizens' oversight, NO

money for salaries and all money staying

local?

English

​Q

​City of Galt

​CITY OF GALT ESSENTIAL SERVICES MEASURE. To maintain Galt’s long-term financial stability; maintain City services such as 911 emergency response, parks, trails, youth/afterschool programs; respond to property crimes/thefts/burglaries; retain/attract qualified police officers; improve local clean drinking water sources; retain/attract local businesses; for general government use; shall the measure establishing a 1¢ sales tax providing approximately $3,600,000 annually until ended by voters; requiring audits, public spending disclosures, funds locally controlled, be adopted?​

English

​R


​Rancho Murieta Community Services District

To prevent crime and better protect the

lives and property of Rancho Murieta

owners, residents, and businesses,

continue to provide the current level of

security patrols, and continue gated

security 24 hours per day, year-round,

shall the Rancho Murieta Community

Services District ordinance to levy an

annual supplemental security special tax

of $316 per parcel, including an annual

inflation adjustment, providing $872,000

annually in locally-controlled funding​, until

ended by voters be adopted?


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Current Qualification Status

For the November 8, 2022 General Election, local and district ballot measure list will become final after the submission deadline.

Please refer to our Measure Calendar for the submission deadline

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