Measure K is a countywide half-cent sales tax extension passed by local voters in November 2016 to support essential County services and to maintain or replace critical facilities. The original tax was passed in 2012 (assigned as Measure A on that ballot). Measure K extends the sales tax for 20 years, until March 31, 2043.

The County is rebranding all services supported by Measure A funds as Measure K. The goal is to improve transparency and to avoid confusion.

The Measure K Oversight Committee ensures the completion of, and reviews the results of, an annual audit of the Measure K sales and use tax revenues received by the County, reviews and recommends appropriate metrics to assess the impact of Measure K funds and prepares an annual report. The Committee does not make funding recommendations. Members meet at least twice a year and is not compensated.

CURRENT MEMBERSHIP TITLE APPOINTED EXPIRES REPRESENTING
Dan Quigg Member 7/9/2013 6/30/2023 District One
Michael Salazar Member 6/27/2017 6/30/2022 District One
Sam Hutkins Chair 1/28/2014 6/30/2023 District Two
Ken Chin Member 6/27/2017 6/30/2022 District Two
David Burow Member 10/31/2017 6/30/2022 District Three
Bob Grassilli Member 6/25/2019 6/30/2023 District Three
Michael C. Kovalich Member 6/27/2017 6/30/2022 District Four
Manuel Ramirez Vice Chair 7/9/2013 6/30/2023 District Four
Tinisch Hollins Member 9/4/2018 6/30/2022 District Five
Wallace Moore Member 6/25/2019 6/30/2023 District Five
To learn about the impact Measure K is having on the quality of life for individuals in families in San Mateo County, please visit our Measure K website
 
All Oversight Committee agendas and reports are attached below: