Measure L Bond Information

Measure L Bond Information


Providing Safe and Up-To-Date Classrooms for Our Students:

Measure L - Pajaro Valley Unified School Bond November 2012

Fostering a Safe and Successful Learning Environment for all PVUSD Student

Investing in our schools

In November 2012 district voters overwhelmingly approved the Measure L School Bond.  Measure L is a $150 million bond authorization that seeks to improve school facilities, classrooms, instructional technology, and student safety district wide.  It is the largest single voter-approved bond measure in the history of Santa Cruz County.  Bond projects were launched immediately after the measure passed. To date, over 30 projects have been completed throughout the district.  In the 2014-15 school year, over 45 projects are in process with another 25 in their initial planning phases.  The bond seeks to make significant improvements to educational facilities and programs throughout the district in an equitable and cost-effective manner.  All bond expenditures are reviewed and audited annually by an independent citizens’ oversight committee. 


Citizens  Oversight Comm. Updates

COC Bond Update 12-9-14

COC Bond Update 3-24-15

COC Bond Update 9-30-15




Newsletter Updates

2-12-14 English

2-12-14 Spanish

12-6-13 English

12-6-13 Spanish

4-13-15 English

Board Updates

Board 2-6-13

Board 4-10-13

Board 6-12-13

Board 8-28-13

Board 4-9-14

Board 8-13-14

Board 2-11-15







Play Structures

New Play Structures

New Track at CCMS

Completed Water Tank AHS

Installation Classroom Safety Locks

New Carpeting at 11 School Sites




List of PVUSD Schools



Solar Projects