Local Revenue Measure Advisory Committee
The residents of San Luis Obispo
approved a half-cent sales tax in 2006 (Measure Y). This local revenue
source now provides the City with over $6 million annually to provide
essential municipal services and build important infrastructure projects
for the community. Measure Y includes many accountability provisions,
including a sunset clause.
The San Luis Obispo City Council has
created the Local Revenue Measure Advisory Committee to:
Analyze the City’s stewardship
of Measure Y resources,
Seek community input regarding
their preferences and local revenue measure spending priorities,
Develop recommendations specific
to the November 2014 General Election regarding alternatives for
reauthorization of Measure Y, or the creation of a new revenue
Assist the City in performing
community outreach and education.
The purpose of this web page is to keep
interested individuals up to date on the workings of the committee. Below you
will find links to relevant documents.
Comments for the
If you have
comments about Measure Y that you would like the Committee to consider,
send an e-mail to Dale Magee, the Committee's facilitator.
Meeting Agendas and
December 9, 2013
21, 2013 Open House Agenda
October 28, 2013 Agenda
Minutes Available 12/10
October 14, 2013 Agenda
Additional meeting dates,
agendas, and minutes will be posted when available.
Community Satisfaction and Assessment Survey
Nuts and Bolts of Revenue Measures
The Five Year Fiscal Forecast
Orientation and Measure Y Fundamentals
Measure Y Services and Outcomes
Reference Binder Information
Member has been provided with a reference binder, including the
following background information.
Analysis, Memo and Report
Revenue Measure Committee Guidelines
Ordinance No. 1495 Enacting Measure Y
Measure Y Annual Budgets and Audits:
Public Opinion Research Results:
Additional Background Information
City of San Luis Obispo Budget in Brief
City of San Luis Obispo Long Term Capital Improvement Plan
Paso Robles (2012) and Arroyo Grande (2006) Advisory Measures
Revenue Measure Summary Memo
General Fund Five-Year Fiscal Forecast Background
Services in Neighborhoods (2013)
Neighborhood Wellness Report (2010)
For questions or feedback about the information on this page, please
e-mail City Administration.