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Measure I

On November 4, 2014, Alameda voters approved Measure I, a $179.5 million facilities bond for the Alameda Unified School District. This bond was based on the 2014 Facilities Master Plan (PDF), which identified $590 million worth of renovations, modernizations, and repairs needed in AUSD's school sites.

Bond project work began in the summer of 2015. According to the schedule approved by the Board of Education in March, 2015, the first $90 million in funds would be used to renovate and modernize the school district's elementary, middle, and charter schools, while design work begins on renovations to Encinal High School and Alameda High School. Subsequent projects will be funded as more of the bond funds are received through 2019.

To help our community get a quick overview of the many exciting projects funded by the Measure I Bond Program, we have created an easy to use "flip book" of the program's highlights. Just click on the button below, and then use the arrows to move forward and backward through the pages.

Measure I Highlights Flip Book

Measure I Bond Oversight Committee

You can find a list of the current members of the Oversight Committee, as well as annual reports and agendas and minutes for meetings on the Measure I Bond Oversight Committee  web page.

Safety & Security

During the 2013-2014 Facilities Master Plan process, school staff members and families expressed a strong desire for better security at the school sites. Beginning in 2015, the Safety and Security Committee began meeting to discuss ways of upgrading the school sites, including updating not only fencing but door locks, key systems, alarm and communication systems, drop-off areas and pick-up zones, and accessibility provisions.

As a result of these conversations, the district has included a number of new safety features in our school designs, including new door locks and creating single points of entry at our schools. The final reports are available below.


Additional Measure I Information