Measure C - November 6, 2018

Print
Press Enter to show all options, press Tab go to next option

Measure C: the Culver City Neighborhood Safety and City Services Protection Measure

During the November 6, 2018 election, Culver City residents voted on Measure C, the Culver City Neighborhood Safety and City Services Protection Sales Tax. As of November 7, 2018, the results are as follows:

  • YES - 69.90%
  • NO - 30.10%

These sales tax funds (approximately $4,900,000 annually) will be used to maintain the current level of public safety efforts–including 911 emergency response, firefighters, police officers and paramedics–and fund City services such as after school youth programs, senior services and street repairs. Measure C required approval by a majority of those voting on the measure to pass.

What you need to know about Measure C:
The Culver City Neighborhood Safety and City Services Protection Sales Tax

On November 6, 2018, Culver City residents will be able to vote on Measure C, a quarter-cent sales tax. After declaring a fiscal emergency, the City Council has placed the Culver City Neighborhood Safety and City Services Protection measure on the November ballot to ensure the City can continue providing the current level of public services for residents. Measure C will require approval by a majority of those voting on the measure. All Measure C funds will be kept in Culver City.

Measure C, if approved, will raise funds to maintain the current level of public safety efforts–including 911 emergency response, firefighters, police officers and paramedics–and fund City services such as after school youth programs, senior services and street repairs.

Birdee Vote signTo vote on Measure C in Culver City, you will need to be registered to vote by the October 22, 2018 deadline:

FAQs

  • Why is Measure C on the November 2018 ballot?
  • Why is the City pursuing a sales tax?
  • How will Measure C appear on the November 2018 ballot?
  • Is Measure C a special tax or a general tax?
  • How much will Measure C cost?
  • What would Measure C funds be used for?
  • How did the elimination of the Culver City Redevelopment Agency factor into this proposed sales tax?
  • Will there be any independent oversight of the Measure C revenues and expenditures?
  • What will happen if Measure C does not pass?
More FAQs

Ballot Measure Texts, Arguments, and Impartial Analyses

Examples of programs and projects that require funding:

November 2018 Measure C graphic

(Click/tap the image above to see a larger version)

For more information about Measure C:
City Manager’s Office
(310) 253-6000 | city.manager@culvercity.org

For more information about the November 6 election:
Visit the Election Information page or contact:
City Clerk's Office
(310) 253-5851 | city.clerk@culvercity.org