During the March 2002 general election, Pasadena Area Community College District voters approved Measure P, $150 million in General Obligation Bonds at interest, to repair and rehabilitate its facilities to meet current health, safety, accessibility and instructional standards, replace worn-out plumbing, upgrade existing electrical systems to better access technology, replace aging heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems, renovate outdated classrooms and other vocational training facilities, and construct other facilities to relieve overcrowding.

Among other things, the measure requires accountability for the spending of funds received as a result of voter-approved bonds. In compliance with Measure P Bond, Pasadena Community College District convened a citizens' oversight committee to oversee and to keep the public informed of the progress of the Measure P Bond expenditures. This web site will provide the public with information about the status of the bond funding and the progress of the citizens' oversight committee.

2015 Measure P Update