Projects funded by Measure J
Measure J Bond
In 2016, the residents of Livermore approved Measure J, a $245 million facilities bond, to repair and upgrade our District's aging school facilities. The bond will be used to modernize classrooms, repair aging infrastructure, renovate facilities, improve school visibility, increase access for individuals with disabilities, upgrade hardcourts, and improve overall safety and security. The Bond Program department is responsible for implementing projects funded by Measure J.
See our additional pages and video below highlighting the signature projects at East Avenue Middle School, Joe Michell K-8, Granada High School, and Livermore High School that have already been completed or are currently being completed with Measure J funds. These projects were selected as Phase I of our LVJUSD Facilities Master Plan. Additional facilities improvement needs have been identified should the LVJUSD Board of Education vote to place an additional bond measure on a future ballot to be decided by Livermore voters.