San Francisco Proposition J: Homeless Services and Transportation Funds Amendment

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Proposition J: San Francisco Homeless Services and Transportation Funds Amendment

Ballot Question: 

Shall the City amend the Charter to create a Homeless Housing and Services Fund, which would provide services to the homeless including housing and Navigation Centers, programs to prevent homelessness and assistance in transitioning out of homelessness by allocating $50 million per year for 24 years, adjusted annually; and create a Transportation Improvement Fund, which would be used to improve the City’s transportation network by allocating $101.6 million per year for 24 years, adjusted annually?

A “Yes” vote means:

A yes vote is a vote in favor of amending the city charter to allocate an initial $50 million per year and $101.6 million per year—with scheduled increases—to homeless services and transportation services respectively for 24 years.

A “No” vote means:

A no vote is a vote against this proposition, leaving the city’s budget allocation for homeless services and transportation services at the discretion of the board of supervisors.

Read more about San Francisco Proposition J here.

Source: Ballotpedia