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AK Matanuska-Susitna Borough County 10-07-2003 Bond for park and recreation facility acquisition, improvement Bond   Parks, recreation $5,375,000 $490,000       Fail 49% 51%   yes
AK Anchorage Municipal 04-02-2002 Proposition E; Bond measure for recreation areas Bond   Recreation $1,600,000 $1,600,000       Fail 40% 60%   yes
AK Anchorage Municipal 04-01-2003 Prop 7: Anchorage Parks and Recreation Service Area Capital Improvement Bonds, Bond for park improvements, recreation, land acquisition Bond   Recreation, parks $5,000,000 $325,000       Fail 48% 52%   yes
AK Anchorage Municipal 04-16-1996 Ordinance 96-24S, Bond for Parks, Recreation, Trails Bond   Parks, recreation, trails $11,950,000 $11,950,000       Fail 40% 60%   yes
AK Anchorage Municipal 04-06-2004 Bond for park improvements, trail upgrades, and recreational facilities Bond   Trails, parks, greenways $4,335,000 $4,335,000       Fail 45% 55%   yes
AK Anchorage Municipal 04-04-2006 Bond to protect water quality and to preserve and enhance open space and natural areas Bond   Watershed protection, opens pace, parks, recreation $3,950,000 $3,950,000       Fail 49% 51%   yes
AK Anchorage Municipal 04-18-1995 Bond for parks and capital improvements Bond   Parks, recreation $6,110,000 $954,000 $6,110,000 $954,000 Yes Pass 58% 42%   yes
AL Alabama State 11-03-1992 Alabama Forever Land Trust-for the acquisition, maintenance and protection of lands and water areas,  plant and animal life, geological formations, wild habitats, recreational value and scenic beauty Other Interest from oil and gas royalties Open space, recreation,wildlife habitat,watershed protection $200,000,000 $200,000,000 $200,000,000 $200,000,000 Yes Pass 84% 16%   yes
AL Alabama State 11-06-2012 20-year, continuation of a 10 percent levy on offshore gas operations, which fund the Forever Wild program and the purchase of recreational lands Other Royalties from offshore gas operations in Alabama waters Wildlife habitat, parks, recreation, open space, watershed protection $300,000,000 $300,000,000 $300,000,000 $300,000,000 Yes Pass 75% 25% Funds are capped at $15M annually, Statewide Amendment 1 yes
AR Rogers Municipal 05-06-2003 Park and Recreational Improvement Bonds, Bond for acquiring, improving parks and recreational facilities Bond   Parks, recreation $9,100,000 $2,000,000 $9,100,000 $2,000,000 Yes Pass 79% 21%   yes
AR Hot Springs Municipal 08-26-2003 7-year, .375% sales tax for open space, park maintenance, improvements Sales tax   Open space, parks $23,300,000 $3,300,000       Fail 34% 66%   yes
AR Arkansas State 11-05-1996 Constitutional Amendment. 1/8 of one percent sales tax to fund capital improvements, maintenance projects and land acquisition Sales tax   Open space, parks $950,000,000 $237,500,000 $950,000,000 $237,500,000 Yes Pass 51% 49%   yes
AR Hot Springs Municipal 11-03-1992 Bonds for acquisition of land adjoining existing parks and construction of parking for persons Bond   Parks $1,200,000 $300,000       Fail 41% 59% Garland County yes
AR Fayetteville Municipal 04-09-2019 Bond for parks and recreation Bond   Parks, recreation, trails, open space $26,405,000 $2,405,000 $26,405,000 $2,405,000 Yes Pass 69% 31% Washington County, Question 5 yes
AZ Flagstaff Municipal 05-18-2004 Bond for regional park and neighborhood parks Bond   Parks $2,800,000 $2,800,000 $2,800,000 $2,800,000 Yes Pass 58% 42% Coconino County yes
AZ Flagstaff Municipal 05-18-2004 Bond for wildlife, meadows, greenways Bond   wildlife habitat, greenways $10,100,000 $10,100,000       Fail 47% 53% Coconino County yes
AZ Flagstaff Municipal 05-18-2004 Bond for wildlife Bond   wildlife habitat $5,500,000 $5,500,000 $5,500,000 $5,500,000 Yes Pass 56% 44% Coconino County yes
AZ Prescott Municipal 05-16-2000 1-cent sales tax, portion for open space Sales tax   Open space $75,000,000 $40,000,000 $75,000,000 $40,000,000 Yes Pass 51% 49%   yes
AZ Flagstaff Municipal 05-18-2004 Bond for neighborhood open space, trails, greenways, wildlife, scenic areas, geologic features Bond   Open space, wildlife habitat, trails, greenways $7,600,000 $7,600,000 $7,600,000 $7,600,000 Yes Pass 59% 41% Coconino County yes
AZ Pima County County 05-20-1997 Question Number 4: Sonoran Desert Open Space and Historic Preservation, Bond for Sonoran Desert open space, wildlife habitat, trails, cultural and historic sites Bond   Open space, wildlife habitat, trails $36,300,000 $36,300,000 $36,300,000 $36,300,000 Yes Pass 68% 32%   yes
AZ Glendale Municipal 11-02-1999 Proposition 10, Bond for open space, trails Bond   Open space, trails $53,700,000 $53,700,000 $53,700,000 $53,700,000 Yes Pass 68% 32%   yes
AZ Phoenix Municipal 09-07-1999 Proposition 101, 10-year, .1 percent cent sales tax increase for open space, regional and neighborhood parks, recreation, public safety Sales tax   Open space, parks, recreation $256,000,000 $256,000,000 $256,000,000 $256,000,000 Yes Pass 80% 20%   yes
AZ Scottsdale Municipal 09-11-1999 Question 1, Bond for acquisition of specified parcel Bond   Open space $200,000,000 $200,000,000 $200,000,000 $200,000,000 Yes Pass 77% 23%   yes
AZ Coconino County County 11-05-2002 10-year, 1/8˘ sales tax increase to protect wetlands, forests, open space, park and trail improvements Sales tax   Watershed protection, open space, forests, parks, trails $33,000,000 $19,800,000 $33,000,000 $19,800,000 Yes Pass 62% 38%   yes
AZ Gilbert Municipal 11-06-2001 Question 3; Portion of a bond issue for open space acquisition (total funds for measure, $57,481,000) Bond   Open space $20,394,000 $20,394,000 $20,394,000 $20,394,000 Yes Pass 69% 31%   yes
AZ Scottsdale Municipal 05-18-2004 30-year, .15% sales tax increase for acquisition of specified open space parcel Sales tax   Open space $430,000,000 $230,000,000 $430,000,000 $230,000,000 Yes Pass 55% 45% Question 2 authorized bonds of $500M for the McDowell Sonoran Preserve.  If question 1 had failed, question 2 would have been nullified yes
AZ Pima County County 05-18-2004 Bond for open space, habitat protection, and forests Bond   Open space, wildlife habitat, forests $174,300,000 $174,300,000 $174,300,000 $174,300,000 Yes Pass 66% 34%   yes
AZ Pima County County 05-18-2004 Bond for the improvement and aquisition of land for parks, trails, and recreation Bond   Parks, trails, recreation $96,450,000 $96,450,000 $96,450,000 $96,450,000 Yes Pass 62% 38%   yes
AZ Mesa Municipal 03-09-2004 Bond to provide funds to acquire, construct and improve parks, open space, and lands Bond   Open space, recreation $9,750,000 $9,750,000 $9,750,000 $9,750,000 Yes Pass 51% 49% Maricopa County yes
AZ Chandler Municipal 05-18-2004 Bond to construct, improve, and acquire parks and open spaces for recreational purposes Bond   Open space, recreation, parks $40,600,000 $17,350,000 $40,600,000 $17,350,000 Yes Pass 75% 25% Maricopa County yes
AZ Arizona State 11-03-1998 Proposition 303, State appropriations for open space Other Appropriation Open space $220,000,000 $220,000,000 $220,000,000 $220,000,000 Yes Pass 53% 47%   yes
AZ Peoria Municipal 05-17-2005 Bond to acquire, construct, improve and equip one or more parks for use as open space and for recreational purposes Bond   Open space, parks, trails, recreation $35,000,000 $23,000,000 $35,000,000 $23,000,000 Yes Pass 77% 23%   yes
AZ Arizona State 11-06-1990 Lottery revenues to parks and open space Other Lottery Parks, open space, wildlife habitat, trails $400,000,000 $400,000,000 $400,000,000 $400,000,000 Yes Pass 62% 38%   yes
AZ Scottsdale Municipal 05-23-1995 Proposition 400, 30-year, .2% transaction privilege and use tax acquisition of supplement private efforts to acquire land for the McDowell Sonoran Preserve Sales tax   Open space, wildlife habitat, recreation $272,545,560 $272,545,560 $272,545,560 $272,545,560 Yes Pass 63% 37%   yes
AZ Phoenix Municipal 04-19-1988 Proposition 8- Bond for 6,000 acres of open space preservation Bond   Open space, parks $137,240,000 $34,810,000 $137,240,000 $34,810,000 Yes Pass 58% 42%   yes
AZ Maricopa County County 11-05-1991 Park and Recreation bonds Bond   Recreation, parks $40,855,000 $8,171,000       Fail 42% 58%   yes
AZ Cave Creek Municipal 09-12-2000 Bond for the acquisition of Spur Cross Ranch and other lands for open space, parks and recreational uses Bond   Open space, recreation, parks $6,825,000 $6,825,000 $6,825,000 $6,825,000 Yes Pass 78% 22% Maricopa County yes
AZ Phoenix Municipal 03-14-2006 Bond for recreational opportunities, open spaces and parks Bond   Open space, parks, recreation $120,500,000 $17,060,000 $120,500,000 $17,060,000 Yes Pass 63% 37% Maricopa County yes
AZ Phoenix Municipal 05-20-2008 30-year, extension of .1 percent sales tax for open space, parks, and park improvements Sales tax   Parks, recreation, open space $900,000,000 $540,000,000 $900,000,000 $540,000,000 Yes Pass 83% 17% Phoenix Parks and Preserve Initiative, Prop A yes
AZ Maricopa Municipal 11-04-2008 Bond for park acquisition and improvements Bond   Parks, recreation, trails $65,500,000 $13,500,000 $65,500,000 $13,500,000 Yes Pass 61% 39% Question 5, Pinal County yes
AZ Phoenix Municipal 03-13-2001 Bond for open space and recreational facilities Bond   Open space, recreation $77,000,000 $15,000,000 $77,000,000 $15,000,000 Yes Pass 77% 23% Maricopa County yes
AZ Pima County County 11-03-2015 Proposition 430, Bond for natural area conservation and historic preservation Bond   Open space, watershed protection $112,050,000 $98,750,000       Fail 40% 60% Proposition 430 yes
AZ Prescott Municipal 08-25-2015 20-year, .08 percent sales tax dedicated to the acquisition, maintenance, and improvement of open space Sales tax Also called "transaction privilege tax" Open space $20,800,000 $10,400,000       Fail 42% 58% Yavapai County, Question 4 yes
AZ Pima County County 11-03-2015 Proposition 426, Bond for economic development including Davis Monthan Air Force Base Land Acquisitions Bond   Open space $91,375,000 $5,000,000       Fail 39% 61% Proposition 426 yes
AZ Pima County County 11-03-2015 Proposition 431, Bond for flood control and drainage Bond   Watershed protection $16,935,000 $5,000,000       Fail 48% 52% Proposition 431 yes
AZ Flagstaff Municipal 03-05-1996 Bonding authorization for Peaks Scenic Parkway project Bond   Open space, recreation, parks, trails $66,157,375 $33,078,688       Fail 37% 63% Coconino County, Proposition 402,  Prop 402 (bonds) and 403 (sales tax) needed to pass.  Both failed yes
AZ Flagstaff Municipal 03-05-1996 Excise tax increase to support bonds to pay for Peaks Scenic Parkway open space and transportation project Sales tax   Open space, recreation, parks, trails           Fail 36% 64% Prop 403.  Needed to pass along with Prop 402.  Funds located in Prop 402 yes
AZ Peoria Municipal 11-08-2016 4/10th of a cent sales tax increase for parks, open space, trails and public safety Sales tax   Open space, recreation, parks $288,000,000 $114,962,200       Fail 44% 56% Maricopa County, Proposition 400 yes
AZ Tucson Municipal 11-06-2018 Bond for parks and recreation Bond   Parks, trails, recreation, greenways $225,000,000 $24,000,000 $225,000,000 $24,000,000 Yes Pass 56% 44% Prop 407, Pima County yes
AZ Mesa Municipal 11-06-2018 Bond for parks and recreation Bond   Parks, trails, recreation $111,000,000 $5,900,000 $111,000,000 $5,900,000 Yes Pass 56% 44% Question 4, Maricopa County yes
CA San Francisco Municipal 03-07-2000 Proposition A, bond for neighborhood recreation and park facilities Bond   Parks, recreation $110,000,000 $4,000,000 $110,000,000 $4,000,000 Yes Pass 79% 21% Minimal amount for acquisition yes
CA Davis Municipal 11-07-2000 Special Open Space Protection Tax for acquisition, improvements, and maintenance of open space Other Parcel tax Open space $17,500,000 $17,500,000 $17,500,000 $17,500,000 Yes Pass 70% 30%   yes
CA Santa Clara County Open Space Authority County 11-06-2001 Open Space Preservation Measure; $20 per parcel annual assessment for acquisition, preservation and development of open space, parks, trails, and waterways Other Benefit assessment Open space, parks, trails, watershed protection $160,000,000 $160,000,000     Yes Pass*     In a unanimous ruling, the California Supreme Court found that the 2001 special assessment by the county's Open Space Authority violated Proposition 218, a 12-year-old voter-approved law known as the "Right to Vote on Taxes Act." 

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CA Granite Bay Assessment District for Park and Recreation Special District 11-20-2001 $58 per parcel annual assessment for maintenance, acquisition and development of park land and recreation areas, and walking and bike trails Other Benefit assessment Open space, greenways, recreation $8,388,000 $8,388,000 $8,388,000 $8,388,000 Yes Pass 63% 37% mailed ballot for Granite Bay (an unicorporated area of Placer County) yes
CA California State 03-07-2000 Proposition 12, Safe Neighborhoods, Clean Water and Coastal Protection Act Bond   Open space, watershed protection, parks $2,100,000,000 $1,200,000,000 $2,100,000,000 $1,200,000,000 Yes Pass 63% 37%   yes
CA Duarte Municipal 06-26-2001 Special $48 per parcel tax for open space acquisition and preservation (funds $5 million) Other parcel tax Open space $5,000,000 $5,000,000       Fail 41% 59% requires two-thirds yes
CA California State 03-07-2000 Proposition 13, Safe Drinking Water, Watershed Protection, and Flood Control Bond Bond   Open space, watershed protection $1,970,000,000 $505,000,000 $1,970,000,000 $505,000,000 Yes Pass 65% 35%   yes
CA Malibu Municipal 11-06-2001 Measure K; $15 million bond for parks, playgrounds, playing fields, trails, and community centers (measure needed 2/3 majority to pass) Bond   Parks, trails $15,000,000 $15,000,000       Fail 61% 39% 2/3rds needed to pass yes
CA Monrovia Municipal 07-11-2000 Special parcel tax for purchase and preservation of urban open space Other Parcel tax Open space, parks $10,000,000 $10,000,000 $10,000,000 $10,000,000 Yes Pass 77% 23%   yes
CA Napa County County 11-07-2000 1.5% transient occupancy tax (hotel tax)increase for acquisition, protection and enhancement of parks and open space, and for the Napa Valley Conference and Visitors Bureau Other transient occupancy tax Open space $14,900,000 $640,700       Fail 64% 36% 2/3rd vote required yes
CA Placer County County 11-07-2000 Measure W, 20-year, 1/4-cent sales tax increase to protect land around water, save farmland, develop new parks and trails, protect scenic landscapes Sales tax   Open space $200,000,000 $150,000,000       Fail 27% 73%   yes
CA San Francisco Municipal 03-07-2000 Proposition C, Charter Amendment, 30-year property tax set aside for parks, recreation and open space Other Charter Amendment Parks, recreation, open space $510,000,000 $150,000,000 $510,000,000 $150,000,000 Yes Pass 74% 26%   yes
CA Oakland Municipal 11-05-2002 Measure DD; bond measure for water quality projects and open space Bond   Watershed protection, open space $198,250,000 $50,000,000 $198,250,000 $50,000,000 Yes Pass 80% 20% 2/3 needed yes
CA San Carlos Municipal 11-02-1999 Measure G, 10-year, per parcel tax for parks Other Parcel tax Parks $1,200,000   $1,200,000   Yes Pass 76% 24%   yes
CA Santa Monica Mountains Open Space Preservation Assessment District 1 Special District 08-01-2002 Special assessment and bond to acquire and protect open space in the Santa Monica Mountains Other Benefit assessment Open space $25,600,000 $25,600,000 $25,600,000 $25,600,000 Yes Pass     77% to 23% yes
CA Santa Monica Mountains Open Space Preservation Assessment District 2 Special District 08-01-2002 Special assessment and bond to acquire and protect open space in the Santa Monica Mountains Other Benefit assessment Open space         Yes Pass     Funds are counted in District 1 68% to 32% yes
CA California State 03-05-2002 Proposition 40; bond for clean water, air, parks and coastal protection Bond   Parks, watershed protection $2,600,000,000 $2,300,000,000 $2,600,000,000 $2,300,000,000 Yes Pass 57% 43%   yes
CA California State 11-05-2002 Proposition 50; bond to fund a variety of water projects, including coastal land protection Bond   Watershed protection $3,440,000,000 $1,500,000,000 $3,440,000,000 $1,500,000,000 Yes Pass 55% 45%   yes
CA California State 11-05-2002 Proposition 51; 30% of state revenues collected on motor vehicle tax to be allocated for transportation programs and land conservation Other Motor vehicle tax Open space $20,000,000,000 $2,000,000,000       Fail 41% 59%   yes
CA Valley Center Park and Recreation District Special District 11-05-2002 Proposition GG; $14 per parcel tax increase to acquire open space, parks and recreation, $330,000/yr Other Parcel tax open space, parks, recreation $6,600,000 $6,600,000       Fail 61% 39% Requires 2/3rds approval, San Diego County yes
CA Santa Cruz Municipal 11-03-1998 Measure G, Bond for open space, recreation, parks Bond   Open space, recreation, parks $7,000,000 $2,700,000 $7,000,000 $2,700,000 Yes Pass 76% 24%   yes
CA Los Angeles County County 11-05-1996 Proposition A, Safe Neighborhood Parks Act, 20-year assessment for parks, beaches, water quality, open space, and recreation Other Benefit Assessment Parks, recreation, watershed protection, open space $319,000,000 $150,000,000 $319,000,000 $150,000,000 Yes Pass 65% 35%   yes
CA Marin County County 11-05-1996 Measure A, 10-years, 1/4 of 1 Percent Sales Tax Increase for Parks, Open Space, Farmland Sales tax   Open space, farmland, parks $5,000,000 $5,000,000       Fail 58% 42% Needed 2/3 voter approval yes
CA Oakland Municipal 11-05-1996 Measure I, Bond for Libraries, Museums, Parks, Recreation Bond   Recreation, parks $45,420,000 $7,600,000 $45,420,000 $7,600,000 Yes Pass 78% 22%   yes
CA Albany Municipal 11-05-1996 Measure R, establishment of an assessment district for open space Other Benefit assessment Recreation, open space, watershed protection $9,600,000 $5,000,000 $9,600,000 $5,000,000 Yes Pass 62% 38%   yes
CA California State 11-05-1996 Proposition 204, Clean Safe Reliable Water Supply Bond Act Bond   Watershed protection, wildlife habitat $995,000,000 $200,000,000 $995,000,000 $200,000,000 Yes Pass 63% 37%   yes
CA Marin County County 11-03-1998 Measure B, 20-year, 0.5-cent sales tax increase for transportation improvements, open space, trails, parks Sales tax   Open space, trails, parks $377,127,800 $55,000,000       Fail 43% 57%   yes
CA Contra Costa County County 07-27-2004 Creation of special assessment district to fund open space in Contra Costa County. Other Benefit Assessment Open space, parks, farmland, watershed protection, trails. recreation, greenways $167,320,000 $18,102,000       Fail 50% 50% Votes are weighted according to the amount of property each landowner will have assessed. yes
CA Portola Valley Municipal 11-04-1997 Measure B, 4-year, 2% Utility Tax Increase for Open Space Other Utility tax Open space $608,539 $608,539 $608,539 $608,539 Yes Pass 81% 19%   yes
CA Belmont Municipal 11-04-1997 Measure E, Advisory Vote on Preserving Land in San Juan Canyon Other advisory measure Open space         Yes Pass 68% 32%   yes
CA Ventura County County 11-02-2004 Measure A, 10-year, .25% sales tax increase for the creation of an open space district and funding for acquistions Sales tax   Open space, parks, farmland $250,000,000 $250,000,000       Fail 49% 51% Requires 2/3rds vote yes
CA San Diego County County 11-02-2004 Measure A, 40-year extension of a 1/2 cent sales tax for transit improvements, including mitigation projects Sales tax   Open space $14,000,000,000 $880,000,000 $14,000,000,000 $880,000,000 Yes Pass 67% 33% 2/3rds required yes
CA Los Angeles Municipal 11-02-2004 Proposition O, Clean water bond to reduce total maximum daily load, including storm water retention facilities, parks, and greenbelts. Bond   Open space, parks $500,000,000 $100,000,000 $500,000,000 $100,000,000 Yes Pass 76% 24% 2/3rds required yes
CA Monterey Peninsula Regional Park District Special District 08-02-2004 Parks, Open Space And Coastal Preservation Measure, Proposed assessment for maintaining, improving and preserving parks and open space Other Benefit Assessment Recreation, open space, wildlife habitat, watershed protection, and parks $15,000,000 $15,000,000 $15,000,000 $15,000,000 Yes Pass 60% 40% Monterey County. Vote based on weighted property-owner ballots cast. yes
CA Martinez Municipal 11-02-2004 Bond Measure O, Bond for parks and recreation Bond   Parks, recreation $30,000,000 $30,000,000       Fail 62% 38% Requires 2/3rds vote yes
CA Moreno Valley Municipal 11-03-1998 Measure U, increase of parcel fee to pay for parks and recreation Other Parcel tax Recreation, parks           Fail 41% 59%   yes
CA Moorpark Municipal 11-03-1998 10-yr, special tax for open space acquisition Other Parcel tax Open space $10,000,000 $10,000,000       Fail 33% 67% Requires two-thirds yes
CA Valley Center Parks And Recreation District Special District 11-02-2004 Proposition CC, $19 special tax on each assessor's parcel to acquire park land and open space Other Parcel tax Open space, parks, recreation $10,000,000 $10,000,000       Fail 57% 43% San Diego County: 2/3 vote required yes
CA Sacramento County County 11-02-2004 Measure A, 30-year renewal, 1/2 cent sales tax for transportation purposes with a portion to acquire open space Sales tax   Open space $4,740,000,000 $48,000,000 $4,740,000,000 $48,000,000 Yes Pass 75% 25% 2/3rds required yes
CA Lompico Special District 04-13-2004 5-year, $25 per parcel recreation tax to support, preserve and provide parks, open space and recreational services Other Parcel Tax Open space, parks, recreation $60,000 $60,000       Fail 53% 47% Santa Cruz County; 2/3 vote required yes
CA Santa Clara County County 03-26-1996 12-year, extension of Park Charter Fund Other Charter Amendment Parks $175,000,000 $35,000,000 $175,000,000 $35,000,000 Yes Pass 80% 20% $0.015 for 5 years, $0.01425 for 7 years
Measure A
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CA Folsom Municipal 11-05-1996 Measure G, Bond for Folsom Zoo, Gym, Historic Ranch, Parks, Trails, Recreation Bond   Recreation, parks, trails $9,000,000         Fail 48% 52%   yes
CA Seacliff Special District 05-03-2005 Measure V, 30-year, $98 per residential unit property tax to support parks, recreation, and cultural facilities (2/3 required) Other Parcel Tax Parks, Recreation $1,800,000 $1,800,000       Fail 63% 37% Santa Cruz County. 2/3 vote required yes
CA Marinwood Community Services District Special District 03-08-2005 Measure D, $75 dollar increase to $150 on each land parcel for parks, open space, and street landscape maintenance Other Parcel tax Parks, open space $5,200,000 $1,800,000 $5,200,000 $1,800,000 Yes Pass 71% 29% Marin County, 2/3 vote required yes
CA Carmel-by-the-Sea Municipal 04-05-2005 2% increase in hotel room tax, a portion of which would maintain, protect and enhance the city's beach, parks, open space and forest (2/3 required) Other Transient occupancy tax Open space, parks, forests $15,000,000 $4,000,000       Fail 54% 46% Monterey County, 2/3rds vote required yes
CA Mission Viejo Municipal 06-02-1992 Bond to acquire parcel of land for open space purposes Bond   Open space $2,000,000 $2,000,000       Fail 37% 63% Orange County yes
CA San Diego Open Space Park Facilities District No. 1 Municipal 11-06-1990 Bond for the acquisition of open space and park facilities Bond   Open space, parks $100,000,000 $100,000,000       Fail 50% 50%   yes
CA San Juan Capistrano Municipal 04-10-1990 Bond for the acquisiton of open space, parks, and farmland Bond   Open space, farmland, parks $21,000,000 $21,000,000 $21,000,000 $21,000,000 Yes Pass 71% 29% Orange County, 2/3rd required yes
CA Sonoma County County 11-06-1990 20-year, .25 percent sales tax to fund the preservation of agriculture and other open space lands Sales tax   Open space, farmland $271,000,000 $271,000,000 $271,000,000 $271,000,000 Yes Pass 55% 45%   yes
CA California State 06-07-1994 Proposition 180- Bond for the acquisition, development, restoration and conservation of parklands, historic sites, wildlife areas and forests Bond   Open space, wildlife habitat, parks, forests $2,000,000,000 $1,500,000,000       Fail 27% 73%   yes
CA Santa Clara County Open Space Authority County 06-07-1994 Measure A; $12 annual assessment on properties within the county for open space, watersheds, parks, and recreation facilities Other Charter Amendment Recreation, open space, parks, watershed protection         Yes Pass 57% 43% Advisory vote only yes
CA East Bay Regional Park District Special District 11-08-1988 Bond for the protection of wildlife, parks and open space through land acquisition Bond   Open space, wildlife habitat, parks $225,000,000 $168,750,000 $225,000,000 $168,750,000 Yes Pass     Alameda and Contra Costa Counties, 2/3rds req. 68% to 32% yes
CA Oakland Municipal 11-06-1990 Measure K, Bond for open space acquisition, park and recreational facilities expansion Bond   Open space, parks, recreation $60,000,000 $23,200,000 $60,000,000 $23,200,000 Yes Pass 68% 32% Alameda County, 2/3rd req. yes
CA Marin County Open Space District County 06-03-1997 Parcel tax to acquire peninsula properties for open space Other Parcel Tax Open space $6,000,000 $6,000,000 $6,000,000 $6,000,000 Yes Pass 68% 32%   yes
CA California State 11-06-1990 Proposition 128, Environmental Public Health Bond Bond   forests $340,000,000 $200,000,000       Fail 36% 64%   yes
CA California State 06-07-1988 Proposition # 70,Bond for acquisition of land for wildlife, costal, and park Bond   wildlife habitat, parks $776,000,000 $776,000,000 $776,000,000 $776,000,000 Yes Pass 65% 35%   yes
CA California State 11-06-1990 Proposition # 149, bond for acquiring state and local park, beach, recreation, greenbelt, wildland fire protection, coastal, historic, or museum purposes Bond   Recreation, park, wildlife habitat $437,000,000 $437,000,000       Fail 47% 53%   yes
CA Los Angeles Municipal 11-05-1996 Measure K, assessment on real property Other Benefit Assessment Park, recreation $500,000,000 $30,000,000 $500,000,000 $30,000,000 Yes Pass 50% 50%   yes
CA Santee Municipal 11-09-1999 Parcel tax to acquire open space Other Parcel tax Open Space           Fail 14% 86% San Diego Co yes
CA Los Angeles County County 06-04-1991 Proposition B- Bond for recreational and cultural projects Bond   Parks, trails $817,000,000 $20,000,000       Fail     57% to 43%  2/3 vote needed yes
CA Thousand Oaks Municipal 11-05-1996 Measure D, Varying bedroom tax on newly constructed dwellings for open space and parks Other Bedroom tax Open space, parks $5,200,000 $5,200,000       Fail 58% 42% Two-thirds vote required yes
CA Marin County Open Space District Special District 06-02-1992 4-year parcel tax of $25/year Other Parcel Tax Open space, wildlife habitat, farmland $8,000,000 $8,000,000       Fail 62% 38% 2/3 vote required yes
CA Los Angeles County County 11-03-1992 Measure A, Creation of a 22-year benefit assessment district to levy assessments on real property for open space, park and beach acquisition and related public works projects Other Benefit Assessment Open space, watershed protection, wildlife habitat, parks, trails $540,000,000 $472,330,000 $540,000,000 $472,330,000 Yes Pass 64% 36% Majority vote required yes
CA Los Angeles County County 06-04-1990 Proposition B-Bond for recreational and cultural projects Bond   Open space, parks, trails $816,890,000 $20,000,000       Fail 57% 43% 2/3 vote required yes
CA Orange Municipal 06-02-1992 Measure Y, Bond issue for acquisition and improvement of public park lands Bond   Parks $25,000,000 $25,000,000       Fail 54% 46% 2/3 vote required yes
CA Irvine Municipal 03-06-1990 Bond for formation of Mello-Roos District to build parks Bond   Parks, recreation $57,000,000 $20,000,000       Fail 24% 76%   yes
CA Sacramento Municipal 11-02-1993 Measure R-Bond for parks Bond   Parks $1,650,000 $1,650,000       Fail 66% 34%   yes
CA Encinitas Municipal 11-07-1989 Bond for park and open space land acquistion Bond   Parks, open space, recreation $25,000,000 $25,000,000       Fail 55% 45% 2/3 vote required yes
CA Santa Clarita Municipal 11-22-2005 $25.10 assessment on property owners for the creation of the City of Santa Clarita Open Space and Parkland Preservation District Other Benefit Assessment Open space, parks $29,300,000 $17,580,000       Fail 47% 53% Los Angeles County yes
CA Portola Valley Municipal 11-08-2005 4-year, extension of 2% utility tax to acquire and preserve open space Other Utility Tax Open space, farmland, parks $800,000 $800,000 $800,000 $800,000 Yes Pass 58% 42% Depends on passage of Prop. H which would extend the general utility tax.  San Mateo County yes
CA Portola Valley Municipal 11-06-2001 4-year, extension of 2 percent utility tax for open space acquisitions Other Utility tax Open space, parks, farmland $760,000 $760,000 $760,000 $760,000 Yes Pass 74% 26% San Mateo County yes
CA Sacramento County County 11-01-1994 "People for Safe Parks", $10 Property Assessment Other Parcel tax Open space, parks, wildlife habitat $26,500,000 $13,000,000       Fail 48% 52%   yes
CA Cupertino Municipal 11-06-1990 25-year, 2.40 percent utility tax for the preservation of Blackberry Farm and other open space along with recreational facilities Other Utility Tax Open space, recreation $62,500,000 $62,500,000 $62,500,000 $62,500,000 Yes Pass 77% 23% Santa Clara County yes
CA Santa Clara County County 06-06-2006 12-year continuation of dedication of the equivalent of .01425 per $100 property tax for land acquisition, development, and maintenance of parkland Other Charter Amendment Open space, parks, recreation $368,400,000 $73,680,000 $368,400,000 $73,680,000 Yes Pass 71% 29%   yes
CA Laguna Beach Municipal 11-06-1990 Bond to acquire lands in Laguna Canyon for open space, wetlands, and wildlife habitat Bond   Open space, watershed protection. wildlife $20,000,000 $20,000,000 $20,000,000 $20,000,000 Yes Pass 98% 2%   yes
CA Claremont Municipal 07-25-2006 Creation of 35-year Park Enhancement Assessment District to help purchase open space including Johnson's Pasture, a 186-acre hillside Other Benefit Assessment Open space $45,991,610 $32,194,127       Fail 44% 56% Los Angeles County yes
CA California State 11-07-2006 Prop 84, Parks and water bond to improve drinking water, flood control, protection of coastlines, and state parks Bond   Watershed protection, parks $5,388,000,000 $2,253,000,000 $5,388,000,000 $2,253,000,000 Yes Pass 54% 46% Prop 84 yes
CA Pacific Grove Municipal 11-06-1990 Bond to acquire land and construct a butterfly farm Bond   Habitat $1,230,000 $1,230,000 $1,230,000 $1,230,000 Yes Pass 69% 31% Monterey County yes
CA Castro Valley Municipal 11-07-2006 Bond to create the Castro Valley Park Zone through the acquisition and maintenance of open space and parkland Bond   Open space, parks, recreation $30,000,000 $15,500,000       Fail 63% 37% Alameda County, 2/3rd req., Measure Q yes
CA Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation and Open Space District County 11-07-2006 20-year, continuation of a quarter-cent sales tax for open space, clean water, and farmland protection Sales tax   Open space, watershed protection, farmland $340,000,000 $340,000,000 $340,000,000 $340,000,000 Yes Pass 76% 24% 2/3rds req., Measure F yes
CA Orange County County 11-07-2006 Measure M, 30-year extension of .5 cent sales tax for transportation purposes which includes funding for the preservation of areas of high ecological value including habitat Sales tax   Wildlife, open space $11,800,000,000 $244,000,000 $11,800,000,000 $244,000,000 Yes Pass 70% 30% 2/3rds req. yes
CA Claremont Municipal 11-07-2006 Bond for the purchase of Johnson's Pasture Bond   Open space $12,500,000 $12,500,000 $12,500,000 $12,500,000 Yes Pass 71% 29% 2/3rds req. Measure S, LA County yes
CA San Luis Obispo Municipal 11-07-2006 10-year, .5 cent local sales tax increase for essential services including the protection of open space Sales tax   Open space $45,000,000 $2,250,000 $45,000,000 $2,250,000 Yes Pass 65% 35% Measure Y, Majority req. yes
CA Santa Monica Municipal 11-07-2006 $84 per single residential family unit parcel tax to implement the Watershed Management Plan Other Parcel tax Watershed protection, recreation, wildlife, open space $47,000,000 $11,750,000 $47,000,000 $11,750,000 Yes Pass 67% 33% LA County, Measure V, Majority req. yes
CA California State 11-07-2006 Prop. 1C, Housing bonds which include funding for public park acquisition Bond   Parks, recreation $2,850,000,000 $400,000,000 $2,850,000,000 $400,000,000 Yes Pass 58% 42%   yes
CA California State 11-07-2006 Proposition 1E, Bond for disaster preparedness and flood prevention which includes the acquisition of land Bond   Watershed protection $4,090,000,000 $290,000,000 $4,090,000,000 $290,000,000 Yes Pass 64% 36%   yes
CA Santa Clarita Municipal 07-10-2007 30-year, $25 assessment on property owners for the creation of the City of Santa Clarita Open Space and Parkland Preservation District Other Benefit Assessment Open space, parks $46,683,000 $46,683,000 $46,683,000 $46,683,000 Yes Pass 63% 37% Ballots were weighted differently, thus the actual % Yes was 69% to 31% No yes
CA San Francisco Municipal 02-05-2008 Bond for city park improvements Bond   Parks, recreation, trails $185,000,000 $5,000,000 $185,000,000 $5,000,000 Yes Pass 71% 29% 2/3rds required yes
CA San Mateo County County 06-03-2008 25-year, 1/8 cent sales tax increase for parks and recreation including open space preservation Sales tax   Open space, parks, recreation $401,862,150         Fail 61% 39% Measure O, 2/3rds required yes
CA East Bay Regional Park District Special District 11-04-2008 Bond for the purchase of parkland, trails, and other recreational land Bond   Open space, parks, recreation, trails $500,000,000 $375,000,000 $500,000,000 $375,000,000 Yes Pass 72% 28% Alameda and Contra Costa counties, Measure WW, 2/3rds req. yes
CA San Juan Capistrano Municipal 11-04-2008 Bond for the purchase of open space Bond   Open space $30,000,000 $30,000,000 $30,000,000 $30,000,000 Yes Pass 70% 30% Orange County, Measure Y, 2/3rds req. yes
CA Pasadena Municipal 10-27-2008 Creation of Annandale Canyon Open Space Benefit Assessment District Other Benefit Assessment District Open space, wildlife habitat $1,364,090 $1,364,090 $1,364,090 $1,364,090 Yes Pass 60% 40% 50% required for passage.  Only property owners vote in this election. yes
CA Portola Valley Municipal 11-03-2009 4-year, 2 percent utility tax renewal for open space purchases Other Utility tax Open space $984,000 $984,000 $984,000 $984,000 Yes Pass 66% 34% San Mateo County, Measure R.  Depends on the passage of Measure Q allowing the Town to spend the funds. Simple majority required yes
CA California State 11-02-2010 Proposition 21, $18 vehicle license fee to provide funding for state parks and wildlife conservation Other Vehicle license fee Parks, wildlife habitat, recreation $10,000,000,000 $1,500,000,000       Fail 43% 57%   yes
CA California State 06-05-1990 Initiative to provide $30 million annually for wildlife habitat protection and related purposes.  Other Initiative creates the Habitat Conservation Fund funded by bonds, the Environmental License Plate Fund, the Tobacco Tax Fund, Wildlife Restoration Fund, Endangered Species Income Tax Checkoff Wildlife habitat, open space $900,000,000 $900,000,000 $900,000,000 $900,000,000 Yes Pass 52% 48% Proposition 117, at least 10 percent of the Tobacco tax Fund must be used for this initiative. yes
CA Laguna Beach Municipal 11-06-2012 20-year, $120 annual parcel tax will be levied on parcels in the city and revenues used purchase open space Other Parcel tax Open space $20,000,000 $20,000,000       Fail 45% 55% Orange County, Citizen Petition, 2/3rds required, Measure CC yes
CA Carlsbad Municipal 11-05-2002 Establishes the authority to spend more than $1 million on capital projects including open space acquisition Other Budget allocation Open space, trails         Yes Pass 60% 40% San Diego County yes
CA San Francisco Municipal 11-06-2012 Bond for park improvements and additions Bond   Open space, parks, trails, recreation $195,000,000 $7,500,000 $195,000,000 $7,500,000 Yes Pass 72% 28% 2/3rds required for passage, Measure B yes
CA Marin County County 11-06-2012 9-year, .25 cent sales tax increase to fund parks, open space and farmland acquisitions Sales tax   Open space, parks, trails, recreation, farmland $90,000,000 $30,000,000 $90,000,000 $30,000,000 Yes Pass 74% 26% 2/3rds req, Measure A yes
CA Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority Special District 11-06-2012 10-year, $24 parcel tax for the protection of open space, habitat, and water quality in the east Santa Monica Mountains Other Parcel tax Open space, wildlife habitat, watershed protection, parks $6,810,000 $1,702,500 $6,810,000 $1,702,500 Yes Pass 76% 24% Santa Monica Mountains portion of Los Angeles.  2/3rds req.
Measure HH
yes
CA Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority Special District 11-06-2012 10-year, $19 parcel tax for the protection of open space, habitat, and water quality in the west Santa Monica Mountains Other Parcel tax Open space, wildlife habitat, watershed protection, parks $3,050,000 $762,500 $3,050,000 $762,500 Yes Pass 69% 31% Santa Monica Mountains portion of Los Angeles.  2/3rds req.
Measure MM
yes
CA Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District Special District 06-03-2014 Bond for open space preservation and habitat restoration Bond   Open space, parks, trails, recreation, watershed protection, wildlife habitat, farmland, forests $300,000,000 $174,000,000 $300,000,000 $174,000,000 Yes Pass 68% 32% The measure requires a two-thirds vote in Midpen’s jurisdiction in San Mateo and Santa Clara counties and a portion of unincorporated Santa Cruz County yes
CA Novato Special District 04-08-2014 Bond to protect meadow from development Bond   Open space $600,000 $600,000 $600,000 $600,000 Yes Pass 95% 5% Marin County, 2/3rds req.  Measure includes 15 year parcel tax yes
CA San Luis Obispo Municipal 11-04-2014 8-year, .5 percent sales tax extension for essential services including open space acquisition and maintenance Sales tax   Open space $52,000,000 $2,600,000 $52,000,000 $2,600,000 Yes Pass 70% 30%   yes
CA Santa Clara County Open Space Authority County 11-04-2014 15-year. $24 parcel tax for open space, wildlife habitat, farmland and other natural areas Other Parcel tax Open space, parks, trails, recreation, watershed protection, wildlife habitat $118,256,400 $43,500,000 $118,256,400 $43,500,000 Yes Pass 68% 32% Two-thirds required, Measure Q yes
CA Los Angeles County County 11-04-2014 30-year, $23 parcel tax for parks, recreation, and wildlife habitat Other Parcel tax Parks, recreation, watershed protection, wildlife habitat $1,627,458,840 $895,102,362 $0 $0   Fail 63% 37% 2/3rds req., Measure P yes
CA California State 11-04-2014 Bond to protect water quality, supply and infrastructure Bond   Watershed protection, wildlife habitat $7,545,000,000 $1,500,000,000 $7,545,000,000 $1,500,000,000 Yes Pass 67% 33% Prop 1 yes
CA San Carlos Municipal 11-03-2015 Bond for the purchase of 23.5-acre parcel for parkland Bond   Parks, recreation, open space $45,000,000 $45,000,000       Fail 39% 61% 2/3rds required for passage, San Mateo County, mail ballot, Measure V yes
CA Santa Clara County County 06-07-2016 15-year, extension of $1.5 cents per $100 property tax allocation for the Park Charter Fund Other Charter Amendment Open space, recreation, parks, trails $795,000,000 $79,500,000 $795,000,000 $79,500,000 Yes Pass 78% 22% Measure A, 50% plus 1req. yes
CA Santa Clara County County 06-02-1992 5-year, $1.5 cent per $100 property tax extension of Park Charter Fund Other Charter Amendment Open space, recreation, parks, trails, wildlife habitat, watershed protection $45,000,000 $9,000,000 $45,000,000 $9,000,000 Yes Pass 61% 39% Measure A, 20% for acquisition, 80% for development operations and maintenance yes
CA Santa Clara County County 11-08-1988 3-year, $1.5 cent per $100 property tax extension of Park Charter Fund Other Charter Amendment Open space, recreation, parks, trails, wildlife habitat, watershed protection $27,000,000 $5,400,000 $27,000,000 $5,400,000 Yes Pass 66% 34% Measure B
20% for acquisition, 80% for development operations and maintenance
yes
CA San Francisco Municipal 06-07-2016 15-year extension of open space fund and budget allocation and increase for parks and open space Other Budget allocation Open space, recreation, parks $2,662,900,000 $133,145,000 $2,662,900,000 $133,145,000 Yes Pass 60% 40% Proposition B yes
CA Los Angeles County County 11-08-2016 $1.5 cent levy per square foot parcel tax for parks, recreation, and wildlife habitat Other Parcel tax Parks, recreation, watershed protection, wildlife habitat, trails, open space $1,890,000,000 $491,400,000 $1,890,000,000 $491,400,000 Yes Pass 75% 25% 2/3rds req., Measure A yes
CA Napa County Regional Park and Open Space District County 11-08-2016 14-year, .25 percent sales tax increase for the protection and restoration of watersheds and open spaces Sales tax   Open space, recreation, parks, trails, wildlife habitat, watershed protection $112,000,000 $72,800,000       Fail 65% 35% Measure Z, 2/3rds req. yes
CA San Diego County County 11-08-2016 40-year, .5 cent sales tax increase for highway, transit, open space, bike, and pedestrian projects Sales tax   Open space, wildlife habitat, watershed protection $18,000,000,000 $2,000,000,000       Fail 58% 42% Measure A, 2/3rd req. yes
CA Sonoma County County 11-08-2016 10-Year, .5 cent sales tax increase for regional parks Sales tax   Parks, recreation, open space, trails, watershed protection, wildlife habitat $100,000,000 $23,750,000       Fail 65% 35% Measure J, If measure had passed, tax applicable only to unincorporated portion of county. Only voters in unincorporated portion of county voted on this measure. 313 of 439 precincts yes
CA Monterey Peninsula Regional Park District County 11-08-2016 $25.26 parcel tax for open space, parks, habitat and protection of other natural areas Other Parcel tax Open space, recreation, parks, trails, wildlife habitat, watershed protection $24,000,000 $16,800,000 $24,000,000 $16,800,000 Yes Pass 72% 28% 2/3rds vote req.  Vote by mail option, Measure E yes
CA Mountain Recreation and Conservation Authority Special District 11-08-2016 $15 per year parcel tax land acquisition, wildfire prevention and parks Other Parcel tax Open space, wildlife habitat, watershed protection, parks $4,820,000 $2,892,000 $4,820,000 $2,892,000 Yes Pass 77% 23% Woodland Hills, Encino, and Tarzana, Measure FF yes
CA Mountain Recreation and Conservation Authority Special District 11-08-2016 $35 per year parcel tax land acquisition, wildfire prevention and parks Other Parcel tax Open space, parks, wildlife habitat $19,900,000 $11,940,000 $19,900,000 $11,940,000 Yes Pass 84% 16% Santa Monica Mountains and Hollywood Hills east of 405
freeway, Measure GG
yes
CA California State 06-05-2018 The California Drought, Water, Parks, Climate, Coastal Protection, and Outdoor Access for All Act of 2018 Bond   Open space, recreation, farmland, wildlife habitat, watershed protection, greenways, trails $4,100,000,000 $1,796,000,000 $4,100,000,000 $1,796,000,000 Yes Pass 57% 43% Proposition 68, California Drought, Water, Parks, Climate, Coastal Protection, and Outdoor Access For All Act of 2018 yes
CA Sonoma County County 11-06-2018 10-Year, .125 cent sales tax increase for regional parks Sales tax   Open space, recreation, parks, trails, wildlife habitat, watershed protection $115,000,000 $21,110,000 $115,000,000 $21,110,000 Yes Pass 73% 27% 2/3rds needed for passage, Measure M yes
CA Fresno Municipal 11-06-2018 30-year, 3/8th cent sales tax increase for local and regional parks and arts Sales tax   Parks, trails, recreation, greenways $1,140,000,000 $245,100,000       Fail 52% 48% Citizen petition, 2/3rds needed for passage, Measure P, Fresno County yes
CA California State 11-06-2018 Bond for water infrastructure and watershed conservation Bond   Open space, wildlife habitat, watershed protection $8,877,000,000 $2,080,000,000       Fail 49% 51% Proposition 3 yes
CA Napa County Regional Open Space District County 11-03-1992   Sales tax               Fail 29% 71% Measure O yes
CA Napa County Regional Park and Open Space District County 03-03-2020 15-year , .25 cent sales tax increase for the protection of water, parks, and open space Sales tax   Open space, parks, wildlife habitat, watershed protection, trails, recreation, farmland, wildfire $135,000,000 $70,200,000       Fail 63% 37% Measure K, 2/3rds req. yes
CO Longmont Municipal 11-07-2000 20-year, 1/5-cent, sales and use tax increase and bonding authority to acquire, maintain, and improve open space Sales tax   open space $82,000,000 $54,666,667 $82,000,000 $54,666,667 Yes Pass 51% 49%   yes
CO Perry Park Metroplitan District (in Douglas County) Special District 11-07-2000 Bond issue for open space acquisition Bond   open space $200,000 $200,000 $200,000 $200,000 Yes Pass 76% 24%   yes
CO Roaring Fork Open Space Parks and Recreation District Special District 11-07-2000 2.5 mill property tax increase for debt repayment Property tax   Open space $20,000,000 $20,000,000       Fail     47/53 yes
CO Roaring Fork Open Space Park and Recreation District Special District 11-07-2000 2.5 mill property tax increase to fund the Roaring Fork Open Space Park and Recreation District Property tax   Open space, parks, recreation $23,682,120 $23,682,120       Fail 48% 52% District was approved but this funding measure was rejected, Eagle and Garfield Counties yes
CO Littleton Municipal 11-07-2000 Authorization to spend 1999 revenues for open space acquisition, mini-parks, trails Other Budget allocation open space, parks, trails, recreation $2,700,000   $2,700,000   Yes Pass 62% 38%   yes
CO Grand County County 11-07-2000 7-year, 2 mill, property tax increase to implement the Grand County Open Space Plan and purchase development rights Property tax   Open space, farmland $5,264,000 $5,106,080       Fail 29% 71%   yes
CO Golden Municipal 11-07-2000 Bond issue to acquire open space and construct park and recreation facilities Bond   open space, parks, trails, recreation $26,420,000 $3,000,000 $26,420,000 $3,000,000 Yes Pass 62% 38%   yes
CO Foothills Park and Recreation District (Jefferson County) Special District 11-07-2000 Property tax for  recreation center, open space, parks, trails Property tax   Open space, parks, trails, recreation $22,000,000 $275,000 $22,000,000 $275,000 Yes Pass 59% 41%   yes
CO Evergreen Park and Recreation District Special District 11-07-2000 Bond issue to create parks, trails, play areas, recreational opportunities, and green space Bond   open space, parks, trails, recreation $3,500,000 $3,500,000 $3,500,000 $3,500,000 Yes Pass 72% 28% Jefferson County yes
CO Boulder County County 11-07-2000 Sales and use tax renewal (0.10%) and bond issue ($80.8 million) for open space acquisitions and improvements Sales tax   open space, parks, trails, recreation $38,400,000 $38,400,000 $38,400,000 $38,400,000 Yes Pass 52% 48%   yes
CO Aurora Park District Special District 11-07-2000 Portion of bond issue for park and open space projects Bond   open space $16,100,000   $16,100,000   Yes Pass 51% 49%   yes
CO Aspen Municipal 11-07-2000 Portion of 1/2-cent sales tax increase for open space and recreation Sales tax   open space, recreation $45,000,000 $18,000,000 $45,000,000 $18,000,000 Yes Pass 63% 37%   yes
CO Arvada Municipal 11-07-2000 Bond issue for acquisition, development, maintenance of open space Bond   open space $16,500,000 $16,500,000       Fail 41% 59%   yes
CO Bent County County 11-05-2002 30-year, 1.5 mill property tax to create the Lower Arkansas Valley Water Conservancy District Property tax   watershed protection $1,600,000   $1,600,000   Yes Pass 55% 45%   yes
CO Crowley County County 11-05-2002 30-year, 1.5 mill property tax to create the Lower Arkansas Valley Water Conservancy District Property tax   Watershed protection $1,200,000   $1,200,000   Yes Pass 66% 34%   yes
CO Adams County County 11-02-1999 7-year, 1/5 percent sales tax increase for open space, farmland, wildlife, watersheds, parks, recreation Sales tax   Open space, parks, recreation, watershed protection, farmland $38,500,000 $38,500,000 $38,500,000 $38,500,000 Yes Pass 60% 40%   yes
CO Eagle County County 11-05-2002 Open Space Ballot Question, 22-year, 1.5 mill property tax increase for open space acquisition and preservation Property tax   Open space $65,000,719 $65,000,719 $65,000,719 $65,000,719 Yes Pass 50% 50%   yes
CO Fort Collins Municipal 11-05-2002 Citizen Initiated Ordinance 1; 25-year, .25 % sales tax extension for open space, wildlife habitat, recreation areas Sales tax   open space, recreation $150,000,000 $120,000,000 $150,000,000 $120,000,000 Yes Pass 65% 35% Citizen Initiative Petition yes
CO Pitkin County County 11-02-1999 Referendum 1A, 10-year, 2.5 mill property tax extension, 1.25 mill property tax increase, bond authorization for land acquisition, improvements for open space, trails Property tax   Open space, trails $56,000,000 $53,200,000 $56,000,000 $53,200,000 Yes Pass 69% 31%   yes
CO Summit County County 11-02-1999 Referred Measure 1A, 10-year, Property tax increase for open space, scenic views, historic sites, wildlife habitat, trails, Property tax   Open space $30,000,000 $30,000,000 $30,000,000 $30,000,000 Yes Pass 65% 35%   yes
CO Summit County County 11-04-2003 Referred Measure 1A, 12-year, property tax extension for open space, capital improvements Property tax   open space $19,174,416 $462,587,208 $19,200,000 $9,587,208 Yes Pass 81% 19%   yes
CO Parker Municipal 11-04-2003 Ballot Issue 2A, 3% lodging tax for parks, recreation, open space, economic development, roads, public safety Other Lodging tax parks, recreation, open space         Yes Pass 57% 43%   yes
CO Loveland Municipal 11-04-2003 Initiated Issue 200, 7-year, .15% sales tax increase for open space acquisition, operation, maintenance Sales tax   open space $6,000,000 $4,800,000       Fail 43% 57%   yes
CO Lafayette Municipal 11-04-2003 Issue 2A, 10-year, .25% sales tax for open space acquisition and maintenance Sales tax   open space $7,000,000 $3,500,000 $7,000,000 $3,500,000 Yes Pass 60% 40%   yes
CO Glendale Municipal 11-04-2003 Issue 2B, Occupational privilege tax for acquiring, planning, maintaining parks Other Occupational privilege tax parks $18,000,000 $9,000,000 $18,000,000 $9,000,000 Yes Pass 65% 35%   yes
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