ABOUT MEASURE H
A YES on MEASURE H fights the housing crisis by providing access to affordable housing for the next generation of Davis residents. Measure H adds millions to our city budget, restores native habitat and protects endangered species, while permanently preserving hundreds of acres of agricultural land. Measure H provides quality jobs for UC Davis graduates and our kids who are starting their careers.
Measure H is supported by the entire Davis City Council, regional elected officials, hundreds of Davis community leaders and organizations, because they know it will provide a real solution to our affordable housing crisis.
Measure H ensures that our city’s commitment to bold environmental and agricultural leadership will attract next-generation companies focused on solving the world’s greatest challenge, climate change.
Measure H improves our existing trails, adds new bike and pedestrian paths, creates a safe under-crossing on Mace Boulevard, and reduces commute times near the Mace/I-80 interchange.
Measure H provides our kids safe routes to schools, and creates new sports fields for soccer, softball, rugby, cricket, and pickleball — all at no cost to Davis taxpayers.
Measure H creates a carbon-free community that will be a model for California, utilizing 100% renewable energy.
Measure H dedicates $29 million from the Davis Innovation Sustainability Campus to fix our roads, and fund a new south Davis library and community center.
Paid for by Yes on Measure H. Committee major funding from Ramco Enterprises, including Frank C. Ramos & Joanne M. Ramos and affiliated entities, and Buzz Oates LLC, including Larry Allbaugh and affiliated entities