Election Year

2010

Number of School Facility  Measures placed on the Ballot Total School Facility Bond Debt placed on the Ballot Election Results   Total New School Facility Bond Debt
Passed Failed
June 8, 2010  20 $1,424,000,000 15 5 $1,116,110,000
November 2, 2010 63  $4,203,900,000 47 16  $3,565,800,000
    $4,681,910,000

Total New Local School Facility Bond Debt $4,681,910,000


 

June 8, 2010 Election State of California School Bond Measures

Source: BALLOTPEDIA 

Source: BigBadBonds.com

20 School Bond Measures were on the Ballot totaling $1,424,000,000 ($1.42 billion)

15 School Bond Measures passed creating $1,325,050,000 ($1.33 million) in new local debt.

  5 Measure Failed $98,950,000 ($99 million)

 

Contra Costa County    

Measure C: Mt. Diablo Unified

Capital Appreciation Bond? Because payments on the proposed $348 million bond are set up to be stretched out over 40 years, with most of the payments loaded into the back end of the 40 year period, property owners in the district would eventually pay $1.87 billion in taxes for the $348 million loan, or approximately 5 times the amount of the loan.

Passed 

$348,000,000

Not Specified 

 40 years

Measure D: West Contra Costa Unified District

Residents were already paying about $60 per $100,000 in assessed valuation from Measure J, a bond approved in 2005. $100 million of Measure J bond proceeds has yet to be spent by the district. Voters in the district are also still paying taxes on bonds passed in 1998, 2000 and 2002. Altogether, voters have approved $785 million in bonds since 1998. Bond repayment schedules stretch out to 2048. 

Passed  

$380,000,000

$48 per $100,000 of assessed valuation

30 years

   $728,000,000   
Humbolt County     
Measure K: Blue Lake Elementary   Passed   $2,000,000 $30 per $100,000 of assessed valuation  Legal Rates 
Measure M: Rohnerville   Passed   $5,000,000 $30 per $100,000 of assessed valuation   30 years
   $7,000,000   
Imperial County    
Measure I: Calipatria Unified Failed $25,000,000 Not Specified Legal Rates
Inyo County    
Measure A: Big Pine Passed $4,100,000 Not Specified
Not Specified
Los Angeles County    
Measure AA: Lynwood Unified Failed $37,400,000 $60 each year per $100,000 of assessed valuation Legal Rates
Mendocino County    
Measure A: Anderson Valley Unified Passed $15,250,000 Not Specified Legal Rates
Measure B: Willits Unified Passed $43,000,000 Not Specified Legal Rates
   $58,250,000   
Monterey County    
Measure L: Greenfield Union Passed $8,300,000 Not Specified Legal Rates
Multiple Counties    
Measure L: Southern Humboldt Unified Passed $25,200,000 $60 per $100,000 of assessed valuation Legal Rates
Measure Q: Corcoran Unified Failed $24,700,000 Not Specified Legal Rates
   $49,900,000   
Orange County    
Measure A: Garden Grove Unified Passed $250,000,000 Not Specified
Not Specified
Sacramento County    
Measure A: Arcohe Union Failed $3,900,000 Not Specified Legal Rates
San Bernardo County    
Measure S: Lucerne Valley Unified Failed $7,950,000 $60 per year per $100,000 of assessed property value
Not Specified
Santa Barbara County    
Measure L: Hope School Passed $8,000,000 Not Specified Legal Rates
Santa Clara County    
Measure G: Campbell Union Elementary issue $150 million in bonds un der a no-tax-rate-increase financing plan, at lawful interest rates Passed $150,000,000 Finance Plan
No Tax Rate Increase
Measure E: Los Gatos Union Passed $30,900,000 $18.71 per $100,000 of their home's assessed value
Not to exceed $30 per assessed value
Measure A: Mountain View-Los Altos Union Measure A extended the current tax rate to 2030. The previous tax rate would have otherwise expired in 2024 Passed $41,300,000 Not Specified Legal Rates
   $222,200,000   
Sonoma County    
Measure C: Mark West Union Passed $14,000,000 Not Specified Legal Rates
Total School Bond Measures $1,424,000,000    

  

November 2, 2010 Election State of California School Bond Measures

Source: BALLOTPEDIA 

Source: BigBadBonds.com

62 School Bond Measures were on the Ballot totaling $4,206,200,000 ($4.21 billion)

46 School Bond Measures passed creating $3,732,000,000 ($3.73 billion) in new local debt.

17 Measure Failed totaling $474,200,000 ($474 million)

Alameda County    

Measure I: Berkeley Unified School District bond proposition

The Berkeley Unified School District had two other outstanding bonds when Measure I was approved. The combined tax rate for the old and new loans was predicted to reach a high of $170 per each $100,000 of assessed home value from 2013 to 2018 before tapering. A homeowner with a two-bedroom house selling for $600,000 would pay $1,020 a year to Berkeley school bonds in 2013-2018

Passed

$210,000,000

 Combining Loans $170 per $100,000 of assessed home value

47 years Repayment $611,000,000

Measure J: Emery Unified School District bond proposition Passed $95,000,000 Not Specified  Legal Rates 
Measure G: Ohlone Community College District bond Proposition Passed $349,000,000 Not Specified   Legal Rates  
Measure M: San Leandro Sports Facilities School Bond Passed $50,100,000 $25 per $100,000 of assessed property value  Legal Rates 
  $704,000,000  
Contra Costa County  

Measure K: Knightsen Elementary School District bond proposition

A 2/3 (66.67 percent) supermajority vote was required for approval
Result Votes Percentage
No 309 45.18%
Yes 375 54.82%

 

Failed

$5,000,000

 Not Specified

Legal Rates 

Measure K: Martinez Unified School District Bond Measure Passed $45,000,000 $62 per $100,000 in assessed value 45 years Total Projected Cost $99,000,000
Measure L: Pittsburg Unified School District bond proposition Passed $100,000,000 Not Specified  Legal Rates 
  $150,000,000  
Fresno County
Measure Q: Fresno Unified School District Bond Proposition Passed $280,000,000 Not Specified  Not Specified 
Measure S: Sierra Unified School District Failed $9,600,000 $55 per $100,000 of assessed valuation  Legal Rates 
  $289,600,000  
Glenn County  
Hamilton Unified O Failed $5,400,000    
Humbolt County  
Northern Humboldt Union Q Passed $25,800,000    
Imperial County
Imperial Community College J Passed $80,000,000    
Kern County
Fairfax C Passed $24,800,000    
Los Angeles County 
Centinela Valley CV Passed $98,000,000    
Claremont CL Failed $95,000,000    
Duarte E Passed $62,000,000    
El Rancho EE Passed $52,000,000    
Lynwood Unified L Failed $45,000,000    
Wiseburn AA Passed $87,000,000    
  $439,000,000  
Merin County  
Ross Valley A Passed $41,000,000    
Monterey County
Monterey Peninsula P Passed $110,000,000    
Coalinga-Huron E Passed $16,100,000    
Aromas-San Juan Z Passed $16,100,000    
  $142,200,000  
Multiple Counties
Measure T: Cutler-Orosi Unified School District bond Proposition Failed  $15,000,000  $60 per year per $100,000 of assessed property value 25 years 
Measure C: Sierra Plumas Joint  Failed   $5,000,000 $33 per $100,000) of assessed valuation Maximum Legal Rate 
  $20,000,000  
Napa County   
Measure B Saint Helena Unified School District bond proposition Passed $30,000,000 Not Specified  Legal Rates 
Orange County 
Measure G: Anaheim City School District bond proposition Passed $169,300,000 $19.98 per $100,000 of assessed valuation Not Specified 
Measure I: Magnolia School Bond Proposition Passed $16,300,000 Not Specified  Legal Rates 
  $185,600,000  
Placer County   
Measure J: Western Placer Unified School District Bond Proposition Failed $163,000,000  Not Specified Legal Rates 
Riverside County
Mt. San Jacinto Community College U Failed $47,000,000    
San Bernardino County  
Measure D: Baker Valley Unified School District Bond proposition  Failed $3,200,000 Not Specified  Not Specified 
Measure YL Rialto Unified School District Passed $98,000,000 Not Specified   Not Specified  
    $101,200,000    
San Diego County
Measure M: Dehasa School District Bond Proposition Passed $5,500,000 Not Specified Legal Rates 
Measure P: Encinitas Union School District Bond Proposition Passed $44,200,000 Not Specified  Legal Rates
Measure L: Julian Union High School District Bond Proposition Passed $2,100,000 Not Specified  Not Specified 
Measure K: San Marcus Unified School District Bond Proposition  Passed $287,000,000 $44 for each $100,000 in assessed property value  Legal Rates 
  $338,800,000  
San Joaquin County 
Measure J: Jefferson School District Bond Proposition Passed $35,400,000 Not Specified  Legal Rates 
San Luis Obispo 
Measure I-10: Atascadero UnifiedSchool District Bond Proposition Passed $117,000,000 Not Specified  Lega Rates 
San Mateo County
Belmont-Redwood I & N Passed (2) $60,000,000    
San Mateo Union O Passed $186,000,000    
South San Francisco Unified J Passed $162,000,000    
    $408,000,000    
Santa Barbara County  
Santa Barbara Elementary R Passed $75,000,000    
Santa Barbara High Q Passed $75,000,000    
    $150,000,000    
Santa Clara County  
Franklin-McKinley J Passed $50,000,000    
Moreland Elementary K Passed $55,000,000    
San Jose City College G Passed $268,000,000    
Santa Clara Unified H Passed $81,100,000    
    $454,100,000    
Shasta County
Junction Elementary C Failed $3,100,000    
Siskiyou County
Scott Valley Unified E Failed $5,900,000    
Solano County
Dixon D Failed $32,000,000    
Sonoma County    
Bennett Valley J Passed $10,600,000    
Cloverdale G Passed $17,000,000    
Forestville Union K Passed $5,100,000    
Piner-Olivet L Passed $20,000,000    
Sonoma Valley Unified H Passed $40,000,000    
Twin Hill Union M Passed $11,000,000    
West Sonoma County Union I Passed $23,800,000    
Calistoga A Passed $42,000,000    
  $169,500,000  
Stanislaus County    
Hughson Unified H Failed $21,000,000    
Waterford Unified I Failed $11,000,000    
  $32,000,000  
Tuolumne County    
Sonora Elementary H Passed $3,800,000    
Summerville Union High G Failed $8,000,000    
  $11,800,000  
Total School Bond Measures $4,206,200,000