Enhancing Your San Bruno:  Measure G

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San Bruno's Measure G is a one-half cent local sales tax that was passed by San Bruno voters in November 2019 to address services that residents have said are important, including:
  • Increasing pothole and other street hazard repair Increasing ongoing street maintenance programs 
  • Maintaining neighborhood police patrols 
  • Attracting and maintaining local businesses 
  • Maintaining city parks and playgrounds 
  • Maintaining and repairing park structures for children and youth

Measure G was carefully crafted after months of public input, engaging 18,000 households and obtaining over 1,400 community survey responses on local service priorities.

To ensure that money is spent as promised, Measure G includes tough fiscal accountability provisions, including a citizens oversight committee. All funds generated by Measure G are legally required to stay in and benefit San Bruno and cannot be taken by Sacramento.

Fiscal Year 
Budgeted Item
Amount ($)
2022-2023

Street Rehabilitation Projects
5,400,000
2022-2023

Pavement Management Program - Slurry Seal
500,000
2022-2023

Emergency Response Vehicle and Upfitting
60,000
2022-2023

Citywide Wildfire Mitigation 
150,000
2021-
2022
Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Streets Projects: Sidewalk Repair; Pedestrian Safety and Traffic Calming at Oak/Crystal; Pavement Management Program (Slurry Seal)
1,400,000
2021-
2022
Pavement Repair Truck
240,000
2021-
2022
Citywide Wildfire Mitigation 
150,000
2020-2021 General Fund Transfer to Avoid Cuts to Fund Police, Fire, and Parks Maintenance
2,000,000
2020-2021 Street Sign Replacement Program
150,000
2020-2021 Police Facility HVAC Replacement and Roof Repair
205,000
2020-2021 Streetlight Pole Replacement Program
200,000
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