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After hearing from over 1,500 City residents and visiting 29 local community organizations, the Elk Grove City Council placed the Elk Grove Safety and Quality of Life Measure E on the November ballot to support essential services with locally controlled funding that cannot be taken by the State.
Over the last eight months, the City of Elk Grove and the Cosumnes Community Services District partnered to hear from residents about their priorities for local quality of life services in Elk Grove, including public safety, keeping Elk Grove safe and clean, medical emergency and disaster response, streets, parks, addressing homelessness, as well as for other general community priorities.
If enacted, Measure E would provide locally controlled funding that can help address Elk Grove’s community identified essential services such as crime reduction, rapid 9-1-1, fire, police, medical emergency and disaster response, keeping public areas safe and clean, addressing homelessness, fixing and maintaining parks and roads, and other general community purposes.
Measure E would establish a one-cent sales tax generating locally controlled funding to address essential services and community priorities. Measure E requires independent citizen oversight, annual audits, and public disclosure of spending. By law, all Measure E funds stay local in Elk Grove.
The City will continue to inform and update the community about Measure E. Read below for more information and to learn more.