Content last updated May. 29, 2024

Measure U

Affordable Housing Infrastructure Bond

Summary

Shall the measure to improve public safety and invest in Oakland by creating affordable housing for Oaklanders, increasing housing for homeless Oaklanders, repaving streets to remove potholes, improving traffic/pedestrian safety, and updating fire stations and other public facilities, by issuing $850,000,000 in general obligation bonds, raising approximately $85,000,000 annually while bonds are outstanding at the rate of $0.071 per $100 ($71 per $100,000) of assessed value, with independent oversight and annual audits be adopted?

Contributions by region

Contributions to Support
$564,730

Contributions to Oppose
$0

Supporting regions
Out of State
$20K
$20K
Within California
$423K
$423K
Within Oakland
$121K
$121K
Opposing regions

Contributions by type

Supporting contributors
Committee
$131K
$131K
Individual
$4.3K
$4.3K
Other (includes Businesses)
$430K
$430K
Opposing contributors

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In support of the measure
Oakland Neighbors for Affordable Housing and Safe Street, Yes on U 2022
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$538,413
$538K
$538K
In opposition of the measure

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