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2022-23 Meeting Schedule TBD (held virtually until further notice
** Please see agenda for link.
Local Education Funding Renewal Measure of 2015
Measure A - $144 Parcel Tax
 Commencing July 1, 2016 for nine years
The San Ramon Valley Unified School District has been fortunate to receive generous support from the community since 2004 through voter approved parcel tax measures. Parcel tax funding provides a secure, stable source of revenue that the District can count on every year. This money stays in our local schools and cannot be taken away by the State. This renewal measure will continue to protect academic excellence in our schools by continuing the local funding our schools rely on every year. 
The proceeds of Measure A shall be authorized to fund:
Core academic programs in reading, writing, math and science;
Advanced Placement courses and other programs to prepare all students for success in college and careers;
Ongoing teacher training and development to attract and retain teachers;
Career and technical training programs.
Measure A also includes the following accountability provisions:
All money raised by the measure stay local
An independent citizens oversight committee would ensure all funds are spent as promised
None of the funds can be used for administrators’ salaries
Homeowners age 65 and older are eligible to receive an exemption
The measure expire in 2024-25 and cannot be renewed without voter approval
Fiscal Accountability & Oversight
The Parcel Tax Oversight Committee (also known as the PTOC) was established by the Board of Education of the San Ramon Valley Unified School District, pursuant to the passage of Measure "C" in 2009.  The purpose of the PTOC is to provide oversight to ensure that such funds are applied only to authorized purposes as outlined in the Measure.  The PTOC will continue to monitor the expenditures of the Measure "A" funds and will report on an annual basis to the Board and community on how these funds have been spent.
In order to provide tax relief to senior citizens in the community, any parcel owned and occupied by a person 65 years of age or older shall be exempt from the parcel tax upon proper application to the District.  Also persons receiving Supplemental Security Income (SSI) regardless of age, shall also be exempt upon proper application to the District.
For further information on the parcel tax or filing for an exemption, please contact Sandra Corsetti in the Business Office.
*  Forms must be received by May 31st in order to qualify for the upcoming tax year 
* You only need to file one time 
* No need to re-apply unless you move to another home within the district's boundaries