Join us Saturday, October 20!
Measure T, a bond measure on the November 2018 ballot, will provide up to $50 million in funding for land conservation in Coyote Valley to prevent flooding and water quality contamination. Please join us in going door to door to get out the vote for Measure T!
Measure T primarily addresses repair and repaving of streets and improving police, fire and paramedic facilities. However, as part of San Jose’s plan to prevent future flooding like the 2017 Coyote Creek floods that devastated some of the city’s most vulnerable neighborhoods, Measure T also provides funds for “green infrastructure” – conserving and enhancing open space in the Coyote Valley floodplain to reduce the risk of future floods and protect groundwater from contamination.