Pleasanton Unified School District

Measure I1 Information

The Pleasanton Unified School District Board of Trustees voted unanimously during a special meeting on July 30 to place a $270 million general obligation bond measure on the ballot for the November 8, 2016, primary election.


The measure requires approval from 55 percent of Pleasanton voters to pass. If the measure is passed, the District will be authorized to issue and sell bonds of up to $270 million to fund specific school facilities projects in the board approved bond project list. The district’s first in nearly 20 years, the measure would mean a tax of $49 per $100,000 of assessed value for Pleasanton property owners.


The bond project list includes new classroom buildings at Lydiksen Elementary School, 21st Century science labs at all Pleasanton middle and high schools, state of the art classroom technology, new solar structures to improve energy efficiency and cost savings, and a new elementary school.


View the entire board approved project list and final bond resolution below.


To the the District's Facilities Master Plan, click here.

The State of PUSD School Facilities
There are a significant number of structural repairs and upgrades that have not been made at many of our schools. To provide an in depth look at PUSD's facility needs, the Board of Trustees held a workshop on May 21, 2016. The presentation below was discussed (download or view below).
Needs related to technology infrastructure was also presented during the May 21 board workshop (download or view below). 
Tax Payer Information
What Pleasanton property owners pay currently pay for PUSD's last bond measure, Measure B, passed by voters in 1997. Bond debt for Measure B expires after 2023. 
How PUSD tax rates compare to other Alameda County K-12 districts
PTA Presentation
Download a copy of Superintendent Rick Rubino's presentation to school Parent Teacher Organizations below.