Shasta College Bond Measures
General Information

Bond Measure H will be presented to the voters in our district on the November 8, 2016 general election ballot.  This $139 million bond will be used to fund needed improvements to almost 50-year old classrooms, labs and job training facilities to provide our students a clean, safe, up-to-date learning environment allowing them to prepare for transfer to universities and to get better paying jobs.  It would also fund a Regional Public Safety Training Facility, allow for expansion at our Tehama Campus and other locations, and fund a Veterans Support Center.  The cost to taxpayers for Measure H is estimated to be $19 per $100,000 of assessed (not market) value of their property.  More information on Measure H is available by clicking on the tab to the left.

Bond Measure A was approved by the voters of the Shasta-Tehama-Trinity Joint Community College District on March 5, 2002, authorizing $34 million in general obligation bonds focused on building additional campus locations to serve students in our over 10,000 square mile district.  Through Measure A funding, we were able to expand our campus locations to downtown Redding, Red Bluff and Weaverville.  For the 2015-2016 tax year, Measure A cost property owners $5.10 annually per $100,000 of assessed (not market) value of their property.  For more information on Measure A, click on the tab to the left.  On behalf our Governing Board, staff, and students, thank you for supporting Measure A.  Our gratitude goes as well to the Governing Board members, who had the foresight and vision to place a measure on the ballot to build needed facilities for the next generation of students.