What is Measure L?
Measure L is a 25-year, 1/2 cent sales tax, that was approved by Stanislaus County voters by an overwhelming 71.95% on November 8, 2016. Measure L provides funding for local transportation to improve our local streets and roads, improve connectivity and reduce congestion.
Measure L - Completed Projects
2017 Street Overlay Project: Project Limits - Lee Avenue from Poplar Street to F Street and Pontiac Street from Oak Avenue to Lee Avenue.
Measure L Funds Expended: $639,916.40
Magnolia Street Rehabilitation Project: Project Limits - Magnolia Street between Oak and Laurel Avenues.
Measure L Funds Expended: $757,054.00
Third Avenue and E Street Parking Lot Project: Project Limits - Downtown area on the corner of Third Avenue and Third Street.
Measure L Funds Expended: $58,141.00
Measure L - Projects Currently in Construction
H and Ash Street Improvement Project: Project Limits - J Street to H Street, and H Street from Ash Street to Oak Avenue.
Measure L Funds Budgeted: $370,326.00
South Fifth Avenue Utility and Surface Improvement: Project Limits - J Street to G Street.
Measure L Funds Budgeted: $995,000.00
Measure L - Future Projects
Poplar Street Improvement Project: - Project Limits - Laurel Avenue to First Street.
Measure L Funds Budgeted: $420,000
Bridle Ridge Trail Maintenance Project: Project Limits - East end of Trail from Branding Iron Street to Ranger Court.
Measure L Funds Budgeted: $100,000
Warnerville / Albers Project Collaboration with Stanislaus County for Road Rehabilitation Project: Project Limits of 2,600 feet of Albers from Warnerville Road to City Limit Line to the South.
Measure L Funds Budgeted: $593,000
For more information please visit Stanislaus Council of Governments.
Should you have any questions, please contact the Public Services Department at (209) 845-3600.