• Current Bond Projects
     
    Measure G - (FOLSOM, NORTH OF HIGHWAY 50) Approved in 2014 by voters in SFID 50). The $195 million in general obligation bonds to renovate, rehabilitate, modernization classrooms and build new school facilities.  The district has applied to the State to secure additional funding from the State School Building Program for many of the projects.  More information about Measure G and projects funded by these funds can be found at this link:  Measure G
     
    Measure P - (RANCHO CORDOVA)  Approved by voters of Rancho Cordova SFID 4 in 2012, Measure N provided $68 million in general obligation bonds to continue to provide educational improvements, such as computer technology improvements, upgrade science labs, replacement of old portables and library improvements.  More information about Measure N and projects funded by these funds can be found at this link:  Measure P
     
    Measure M - (NEW DEVELOPMENT AREA SOUTH OF HWY 50)  Approved by voters of SFID 3 in 2007, Measure M provides $750 million in general obligation bonds to provide educational improvements, such as computer technology improvements, upgrade science labs, replacement of old portables and library improvements.  More information about Measure M and projects funded by these funds can be found at this link:  Measure M
     
     
    Past Bond Projects
     
    The following information will provide you with accomplishments of past bond projects:
     
    Measure N - (RANCHO CORDOVA) Approved by voters of Rancho Cordova SFID 4 in 2006, Measure N provided $125 million in general obligation bonds to provide educational improvements, such as computer technology improvements, upgrade science labs, replacement of old portables and library improvements.  A detailed listing of work completed under Measure N can be found HERE.
     
    Measure B - (RANCHO CORDOVA) Approved in 2002 by voters in SFID 1 (Rancho Cordova).  The $49 million general obligation bond was used for improvements at existing schools in Rancho Cordova, the construction of Navigator Elementary School and planning for future schools in the Rio del Oro development.  The district was able to supplement the general obligation bond funds with funds from the State School Building Program for some modernization projects and the construction of Navigator Elementary.   A detailed listing of work completed under Measure B can be found HERE.
     
    Measure C - (FOLSOM) Approved in 2002 by voters in SFID 2 (Folsom). The $53 million in general obligation bonds to renovate, rehabilitate, modernization classrooms and build new school facilities.  The district was able to secure additional funding from the State School Building Program for many of the projects.  A detailed listing of work completed under Measure C can be found  HERE.
     
    Measure V - (RANCHO CORDOVA) Approved by voters of Rancho Cordova in 1997, Measure V provided $10.4 million in general obligation bonds to renovate, rehabilitate and modernization classrooms and school facilities.  The district was able to secure additional funding from the State School Building Program for some of the modernization projects.  A detailed listing of work completed under Measure V can be found HERE.