What is Measure P?


Chula Vista voters approved Measure P – a temporary, ten-year, half-cent sales tax to fund high priority infrastructure needs. Collection of the sales tax began April 1, 2017. The sales tax is projected to raise $178 million. The Infrastructure, Facilities and Equipment Expenditure Plan guides implementation of Measure P sales tax funds.   Learn More >

Measure P funds will improve streets throughout the City.

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Measure P Progress: Before and After

Updated on 02/12/2018 9:22 AM

Funding Priorities




Traffic Signal Systems


Police Department Assets


Water & Energy Conservation

Libraries & Rec Centers


Fields, Courts & Parks


Fire Department Assets


Storm Drains

Citizens Oversight Committee 

The Measure P Citizens Oversight Committee (COC) is composed of 16 members. The purpose of the COC is to review and report on all Measure P expenditure plans, financial reports, and audits. Eleven of the COC members serve as “Designated Members.” Designated Members nominated by local organizations and individuals such as the Chula Vista Chamber of Commerce, Chula Vista Youth Sports Council, Chula Vista Growth Management Oversight Commission, and the Chula Vista Police and Fire chiefs. The remaining five members are “At-Large Members” selected from a pool of applicants who applied directly to the City. “At-Large Members” include at least one resident from each of the four City Council districts.

A special meeting will be held Thursday, November 30 at 6 p.m. at the Public Works Center, 1800 Maxwell Road. In 2018, meetings are scheduled to be held the fourth Thursday of January, April, July, and October.

Learn more about the Citizen Oversight Committee.

Plan Cover

Expenditure Plan

This plan outlines how the $178 million in sales tax funds projected to be collected during the ten-year time frame are planned to be allocated.

Plan in English:

Infrastructure, Facilities and Equipment Expenditure Plan

Plan in Spanish:

Plan de Gastos en Infraestructura, Instalaciones y Equipo


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