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School Bonds

Current Bond projects

Current Bond projects

Measure Z, 2020 - On November 3, 2020, the voters of West Sacramento authorized Measure Z which passed with 60.93% approval, and issuing $150,000,000 in General Obligation Bonds for school facilities improvements, construction, and modernization. This will go a long way in protecting our students’ quality education and ensure opportunities for all students in WUSD schools for many years to come. Learn more about Measure Z.
past bond projects

past bond projects

Measure V, 2014 - On November 4, 2014, the voters of the Washington Unified School District authorized Measure V at which at least 55% of the voters voting on the proposition voted to authorize the issuance and sale of $49.8 million in General Obligation Bonds. The proceeds of the Bonds are intended to be used to reconstruct, renovate and repair aging elementary school classrooms and other school facilities, remove dry rot/mold and replace leaking roofs/windows, make classrooms accessible for the disabled students; and provide up-to-date classrooms, science/computer labs, career technology education facilities and to pay for the costs of issuance of the bonds. The measure received a favorable vote of approximately 66.60%. Learn more about Measure V.