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San Bernardino Community College District

Measure CC / Measure M

Last modified at 5/1/2024 11:33 a.m.

Thank You for Approving the SBCCD Bond Programs

We are grateful to voters for investing in higher education and career training of our future health care providers, firefighters, public safety officers, teachers, and business leaders.

Measure M

In 2008 votes approved Measure M with 67% of voter support. Measure M generated $500 million to modernize  buildings and classrooms. 

Read the Measure M Elections Resolution.

Measure CC

In the November 2018 election, Measure CC passed with 63% of voter support. Measure CC will generate $470 million in local funding to ensure our community has structurally safe and quality classrooms, STEM labs, and workforce training facilities at Crafton Hills College and San Bernardino Valley College.

Read the Measure CC Elections Resolution.

SBCCD Bond Program Ensures Our Community Has Access To Quality Higher Education And Career Training By:

  • Repairing or replacing leaky roofs, old rusty plumbing and faulty electrical systems
  • Upgrading classrooms, STEM labs, and job-training facilities to meet modern career and safety standards, and to keep local colleges in good condition for years to come
  • Updating campus security systems
  • Improving building access for students with disabilities
  • Modernizing student centers to allow job training, placement, counseling and support services to military veterans and their families

Strict Taxpayer Accountability

  • Independent taxpayer's oversight committee and regular audits will ensure funds are spent as promised
  • Colleges may qualify for state matching funds to construct safe, secure and up-to-date facilities

Community Benefits Agreement

  • The Community Benefits Agreement (CBA) is between the San Bernardino Community College District and the San Bernardino/Riverside Counties Building and Construction Trades Council, AFL-CIO , and the signatory Craft Unions.
  • Purpose and intent is to achieve the timely, safe, and economical construction of the facilities and to provide opportunities and programs for the Local Residents and Local Businesses to participate.
  • Limited to all new construction, rehabilitation, and renovation work with a total cost of One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) or more, and for which Measure "M" or Measure "CC" funds are used (which includes, when an integral part of the Project, demolition, site clearing, and hazard abatement work).