After hearing from hundreds of residents, the Dixon City Council unanimously placed the Dixon Quality of Life & Essential City Services Measure D on the November ballot to address local essential services and community priorities.
If enacted, Measure D would provide locally controlled funding that could not be taken by the state to address Dixon’s community identified essential services priorities, such as fire prevention, disaster preparedness, neighborhood police patrols, street and pothole repair, and crime reduction.
Measure D would establish a one-cent sales tax for local quality of life services. Measure D requires independent citizen oversight, annual audits, and public disclosure of spending. By law, all Measure D funds stay local.
The City will continue to inform and update the community about Measure D. For more information, please see the links below including Measure D Frequently Asked Questions.