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Measure E: Delivering Quality Facilities

Measure E is a general obligation bond for Visalia Unified School District that was approved by voters in November 2012. 
Property owners in Visalia Unified School District will see the Measure E tax end three years early – and enjoy a 23 percent lower-than-expected rate. The second and final series of bonds was recently sold in a competitive process.

Measure E was estimated to be $30 per $100,000 valuation. Instead, the lower interest rate will result in a rate of $22.63 per $100,000 valuation.

Measure E funds cannot be used to fund salaries or benefits. All funds will be used for facilities and will be monitored by an Independent Citizen’s Oversight Committee. For more information call Robert Groeber, Assistant Superintendent
of Administrative Services, at 559-730-7529 or email at

Update on New Construction


Measure E-funded construction of Visalia’s newest middle school and the new academic building at Redwood High School was completed in time for the 2015-2016 school year. More>

New Visalia Middle School