Content last updated Sep. 23, 2020

Measure Q

Oakland Parks and Recreation Preservation, Litter Reduction, and Homelessness Support Act

Summary

This measure would provide: homelessness support services and programs to help homeless individuals move into shelters and housing; trash removal from parks and creeks; safe, well-maintained parks and trails; clean, accessible park restrooms; improved water quality; and park facilities repairs, by enacting an annual $148 parcel tax for single-family parcels, and other parcels as specified, for 20 years, raising approximately $21,000,000 annually with exemptions for low-income seniors.

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Contributions by region

Contributions to Support
$224,512

Contributions to Oppose
$201,829

Supporting regions
Within California
$190K
$190K
Within Oakland
$34K
$34K
Opposing regions
Out of State
$37K
$37K
Within California
$8.8K
$8.8K
Within Oakland
$156K
$156K

Contributions by type

Supporting contributors
Committee
$31K
$31K
Individual
$24K
$24K
Other (includes Businesses)
$170K
$170K
Opposing contributors
Committee
$105K
$105K
Individual
$4.7K
$4.7K
Other (includes Businesses)
$92K
$92K

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In support of the measure
Yes on Q! Oakland Neighbors for our Parks and People
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$198,684
$199K
$199K
In opposition of the measure
California Association of Realtors Issues Mobilization PAC
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$121,923
$122K
$122K
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS
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$553,869
$554K
$554K
Oakland Neighbors United, No On Measure Q
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$96,735
$97K
$97K

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