The Measure K half-cent sales tax is the engine that powers the County's work, providing local funds for local needs.

Each year, Measure K sales tax funds are budgeted -- that is planned to be spent -- on specific projects, programs and services. But each year a share of Measure K funds are either not allocated or are obligated -- but not spent -- from one year to the next. These are called carryover funds.

Measure K Financial Statement with Carryover Funds

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This spreadsheet contains carryover funds for the fiscal years of 2019-20 and 2020-21. To increase transparency, the carryover in each category (expenditures are designated by intent) is included. Categories, for instance, are Parks and Environment, Youth and Education, Housing and Homelessness and others.