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During the November 2020 General Municipal Election, Grover Beach residents will be able to vote on the proposed one-cent (or 1.0%) local transactions and use tax ("sales tax"), Measure F-20. If passed by Grover Beach voters, Measure F-20 could generate approximately $1.8 million annually to help Grover Beach address important community needs. These include infrastructure projects, economic development programs, and public safety and emergency services.
If approved, all Measure F-20 revenues would stay local--none of it would go to the County or State. Revenues would help fund a variety of City services and programs, such as:
Repairing major streets that are regional in nature with high traffic volumes, such as West Grand Avenue and Oak Park Boulevard
Improving miles of sidewalks to make the city more accessible for pedestrians
Ongoing assistance and support to help businesses be successful in the Grover Beach community, including helping counter the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic
Increasing public safety staffing for proactive community and neighborhood outreach work