In November 2018, voters across the state said NO to Proposition 6 preserving $5.6 billion in yearly funding for transportation in California.
In November 2018, voters approved San Jose’s Measure T. This innovative infrastructure bond will protect San Jose’s “green infrastructure” in Coyote Valley, as well as invest in disaster preparedness, public safety, and other infrastructure in the city.
Unfortunately, voters in November 2018 did not pass Measure N, the housing recovery bond that would have fueled the construction of new homes in Santa Rosa.
In November 2018, California voters said YES to Proposition 2, which helps house homeless individuals living with mental illness.
In November 2018, voters across California approved Proposition 1, which provides $4 billion for badly needed housing across the state.
This November, Greenbelt Alliance urges you to vote yes on San Mateo County’s Measure W, which creates a new source of funding for public transit.
Measure V in San Jose unfortunately fell short of approval in November 2018, depriving the city of badly needed funding for homes people can afford.
In November 2018, voters in Berkeley said YES to Berkeley’s Measure O, approving funds for the preservation and development of homes people can afford.
Sonoma County voters said YES to Measure M, the Greenbelt Alliance endorsed measure which provides funding for parks in open spaces, cities, and towns.
In November 2018, East Bay cities voted YES on Measure FF, ensuring continued funding for the wonderful open spaces of the East Bay Regional Parks District.