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A HISTORIC INVESTMENT IN PUBLIC SAFETY & INFRASTRUCTURE

Measure A is a Long Beach ballot initiative approved by voters in 2016 as a 10-year sales tax to fund public infrastructure and public safety services and was extended indefinitely by voters in 2020. View our FAQ page to learn more.

LEARN MORE ABOUT MEASURE A

The City of Long Beach provides comprehensive budget information about Measure A, including sources and uses, allocations and infrastructure projects. View the City’s Budget Information page to learn more.

Video: Measure A Kick-Off, Thursday, March 2, 2017 at the intersection of Walnut Avenue and East Jackson Street, Long Beach, 90805

PUBLIC SAFETY STAFFING INVESTMENTS

INFRASTRUCTURE PROGRESSION CHART AND PROJECT SHEETS

Measure A Project Sheets - MobilityMeasure A Project Sheets - Public FacilitiesMeasure A Project Sheets - Parks Measure A Project Sheets - Utilities

Updated: 9/30/20

For the most up to date map, please visit longbeach.gov/MeasureA  
Updated as of November 2017