Sonoma Valley Unified School District

Information about Measure E and School Facilities Upgrades


With rigorous academic programs and dedicated teachers and staff, Sonoma Valley Unified School District (SVUSD) strives to continue our community’s tradition of quality education. While our students excel, many of our local schools are between 50 and 94 years old and have aging classrooms and science labs that need to be upgraded for safety and to support quality academic instruction.

In order to make the needed repairs and updates, the SVUSD Board of Trustees placed Measure E, a $120 million bond measure, on the November 8, 2016 ballot to keep students warm, safe and dry and modernize classrooms, labs and school facilities to support 21st-century instruction.

Measure E includes strict fiscal accountability provisions, including that all funds would be required to stay in SVUSD schools and could not be taken by the State, and would have an estimated annual cost of $42.50 per $100,000 in assessed (not market) property value.

For More Information

Informational Fact Sheet [link]

Frequently Asked Questions [link]

Resolution and Full Text of Measure E [link]

Encuesta de Prioridades Escolares [link]

School Priorities Survey [link

Community Report. Our Schools, Our Future
[link]

Reporte Comunitario. Nuestras Escuelas, Nuestro Futuro
 [link]

RFQ for Construction Management Services [link}

RFQ for Architectural Services [link]