Green Infrastructure

Infrastructure, Climate Resilience & Affordable Housing Bond Measure

In November 2022, Berkeley voters will be asked to approve the largest revenue measure in Berkeley’s history. Read more about the bond measure here and in this Berkeleyside article.

In brief, the General Obligation bond would fund the following priorities:

  • $300 million for street safety improvements, including pedestrian crossings, bicycle facilities, and street paving
  • $150 million for affordable housing
  • $200 million for parks, facilities wildfire prevention, utility undergrounding, and other infrastructure improvements

These investments will be essential for funding Berkeley’s deferred maintenance and improving our average Pavement Condition Index (PCI), which is currently rated “at-risk” and will cost more to repave if conditions further deteriorate.

Among the many other priorities this bond measure will fund, this will advance major policy goals including:

I hope you’ll join me in supporting this critical investment in the long-term sustainability of our community.

More info coming soon!