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Measure P - $68 Million Bond - 2012

Rancho Cordova School Facility Improvement District (SFID) 4
Map of SFID 4  

What is a School Facility Improvement District (SFID)?

An SFID is a portion of the school district that is taxed through a general obligation (G.O.) bond based on the value of the property and approved by the voters in that portion of the district being taxed. When SFIDs were created in 1998, they required two-thirds voter approval. In July 2001, the Legislature added the option of a 55% voter approval threshold with the additional accountability provisions of Proposition 39.  Typically, SFIDs involve housing developments that create additional facility needs for the school district.  
Bond Information:
Measure P Bond Text
Measure P Projects
Frequently Asked Questions
Facilities Funding Chart

Measure P Annual Reports:
2014 Performance Audit         2022 Performance Audit
2015 Performance Audit         2023 Performance Audit
2016 Performance Audit
2017 Performance Audit
2018 Performance Audit
2019 Performance Audit
2020 Performance Audit
2021 Performance Audit


 Measure P Funded projects:  Measure P will fund a wide variety of projects throughout the existing campuses in Rancho Cordova.  The links below will take you to the sites where Measure P funds are being expended and will provide a detail regarding the improvements.    

Cordova Gardens ES PJ Shields ES Mitchell MS
Cordova Lane ES Rancho Cordova ES Cordova HS
Cordova Meadows ES Riverview ES Kinney HS
Cordova Villa ES White Rock ES Community Education Center
Mather Heights ES   Williamson ES Kitty Hawk Campus
Navigator ES



Measure P Citizens Oversight Committee (COC):  Law requires that a Citizens Oversight Committee be established to assure that bond funds are used as outlined in the ballot.  The committee is composed of parents, seniors, business and civic leaders and meets on a quarterly basis.  The committee reviews an annual audit performed by an outside firm and reports its findings to the community.  Click on the following link for more information:  Measure P Citizens Oversight Committee