Measure D is a one-half percent (0.50%) transactions and use (sales) tax on the November 8, 2016 ballot which would provide funding exclusively for Martinez road improvement and maintenance needs. The funds cannot, and will not, be used for any other purpose. One hundred percent (100%) of the revenues generated by the new tax will be allocated to road improvement and maintenance.
This webpage is designed to be a resource of factual information for Martinez residents.
Visit this list of "Frequently Asked Questions"to find answers to common questions related to Measure D.
Also see the Measure D Informational Mailer – sent the week of October 10, 2016
Please click on the links below for additional resources related to Measure D:
Ordinance No. 1395 C.S. (with Exhibit A Tax Expenditure Plan), adopted August 3, 2016
Resolution No. 078-16, adopted August 3, 2016
Measure D Ballot Language, adopted August 3, 2016
Primary Argument in Favor, adopted August 3, 2016
City Attorney’s Impartial Analysis of Measure D
Pavement Management Program (PMP) P-TAP 14 Budget Options Report, issued by QES on March 16, 2015
Pavement Condition Index for Bay Area Jurisdictions, 2015, issued by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC)
Street Selection Policy, dated February 15, 2017