The following list of Strategic Growth Plan bond measures were approved by voters in November 2006.

  • Propositions 1B - the Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Bond Act of 2006
  • Proposition 1C - the Housing and Emergency Shelter Trust Fund Act of 2006
  • Proposition 1D - the Kindergarten–University Public Education Facilities Bond Act of 2006
  • Proposition 1E - the Disaster Preparedness and Flood Prevention Bond Act of 2006
  • Proposition 84 - the Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality and Supply, Flood Control, River and Coastal Protection Bond Act of 2006.

From the homepage, select a bond link in the Proposition Listing table to visit an external site that has information relating to the use of the bonds, including:

  • An overview of the various programs and projects authorized to be funded by the bond.
  • A summary of the status of bond use by major program category.
  • An explanation of the three-phase accountability structure that will govern the use of these bond funds.
    • There are scores of statutorily authorized programs that guide the use of bond funds. In most instances, the expenditure of funds is further guided by detailed regulations, strategic plans, federal law requirements or other formal policies. Consequently, the “front-end” accountability criteria can be lengthy and complex, depending upon the program. Nevertheless, all the criteria are readily available on, or accessible through, the individual bond sites.
  • Detailed information about bond use by program or individual infrastructure project.
    • Depending upon the nature of the program or project, expenditure information may include the following:
      • Project name
      • Description of project (e.g., type of land or structure, function, size or if a planning grant, the subject of the plan)
      • Objectives of project - outcomes it is intended to achieve. (e.g., improve salmon habitat, relieve traffic congestion)
      • Grantor - state government entity that authorized funding for the project, grant or loan.
      • Grantee - local government, private non-profit organization or other state agency that received the funding.
      • Amount of state bond funding allocated.
      • Bond authorization detail (i.e., proposition number/year, code section reference(s), appropriation authority)
      • Date of decision to fund.
      • Date of project completion (actual or projected)
      • Location of project (e.g., description, address, zip code)
      • Contact number for administering department.
  • The functionality to research projects by location or program category where applicable.
  • Links to related sites, including those dealing with prior bond measures.

Finally, the navigation menu item labelled “Featured Links” provides easy access to other sites with information related to infrastructure, budget and bond audits.

As future bonds are authorized, they may be added to the Strategic Growth Plan bond measures initially included on this site. Information provided with those subsequent bonds may differ from those approved by voters in 2006.