On November 7, 2006, a bond election was conducted within the boundaries of the Yuba Community College District with more than 55 percent of the voters approving passage of the Measure J General Obligation Bond Funds in the amount of $190 million.

The Measure J Bond projects were historically approved by the Board of Trustees in 2007 (Series A and B issuance) and 2011 (Series C issuance) and were all completed/closed-out by the end of the first quarter 2014.

Over the past 10 years, the District has completed many construction and modernization projects with Measure J Program funds to include:

     Yuba College Health and Public Safety building for the nursing, fire and police/corrections programs
     Yuba College‘s Renovated Learning and Resource Center (Library).
     The new Sutter County Educational Center in Yuba City
     Three new buildings at the Lake County Campus that replaced modular buildings
     The new Colusa County Campus in Williams
     Major renovations to Woodland Community College’s 100, 200, 300 and 400 buildings
     Technology improvements at Woodland Community College
     Grounds and maintenance improvements across all YCCD campuses

YCCD is committed to fiscally responsible management of all taxpayer funding and has actively pursued opportunities to save money. In the last 15 months, the District has conducted two bond refundings, cumulatively saving local taxpayers more than $86 million.

For copies of agendas/minutes, annual reports and audit reports, please contact the Vice Chancellor, Administrative Services at (530) 741-6723.