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Potential Bond Measure

We want to hear from you
The District values questions, comments, and feedback from parents and community members. 
Local Funding for Quality Education
NUSD is exploring options to improve local school facilities. One option being considered is placing a $15 million general obligation bond measure on the November 2024 ballot. While no decisions have been made, the cost of the measure would be limited to 3 cents per $100 of assessed (not market) value annually, or about $90 per year for the typical homeowner in the District, while bonds are outstanding.
Funding from a potential measure could be used to:
  • Upgrade classrooms, labs, and facilities to support high-quality education
  •  Repair deteriorating roofs, heating and cooling, plumbing, sewer and electrical systems
  •  Update older schools to meet current building safety codes
  •  Provide proper access for students with disabilities
  •  Replace aging portable classrooms with modern, permanent classrooms
  •  Improve school safety systems including, fencing, smoke detectors, fire alarms, and sprinklers
Transparency, Local Control and Accountability
A potential school facilities improvement bond measure would require a clear system of accountability including:
  • All money raised by a potential measure remains under local control to support NUSD schools only
  • No money could be taken away by the State
  • A Citizens’ Oversight Committee and annual audits ensure funds are spent properly
  • Funds from a potential measure could be used to compete for State matching funds that would
    otherwise, go to other school districts
Additional Information
Contact the district by email at: [email protected]