MEASURE H

Measure H is the landmark ¼-cent sales tax approved by 69.34% of Los Angeles County voters in March 2017, the first revenue stream dedicated to preventing and addressing homelessness countywide.

It is projected to raise $355 million annually for 10 years, or a total of $3.5 billion, to implement the County’s Homeless Initiative strategies. It is set expire in 2027, unless renewed by voters.

A Citizen’s Oversight Advisory Board reviews Measure H spending. Independent audits and performance evaluations also help ensure transparency and accountability.

BY THE NUMBERS

$355M

Projected Annual Revenue

69.34%

Voter Approval

¼ CENT

Special Sales Tax

10 Years

2017 – 2027

FUNDING RECOMMENDATIONS PROCESS

The Homeless Initiative conducts an inclusive and transparent annual funding recommendations process involving County departments and agencies, cities, nonprofit service providers, community partners, and people who have experienced homelessness. Members of the public have multiple opportunities to provide feedback before the Board of Supervisors approves the final budget.

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