Facilities Bonds

2014 Measure C Facilities Bond

A sincere thank you to all who participated in the successful passage of Measure C. The passage of Measure C will ensure improved facilities and educational opportunities for students well into the future.

Voters showed their support for the Compton Community College District and El Camino College Compton Center by logging an impressive 78.3% yes votes on Measure C. Nearly 20,209 voters from Compton, Lynwood, Paramount and Willowbrook, as well as portions of Athens, Bellflower, Carson, Downey, Dominguez, Lakewood, Long Beach, and South Gate approved Measure C.

The $100 million bond measure will allow the Compton Community College District to upgrade classrooms, labs, infrastructure, and instructional equipment, while making much-needed health and safety repairs and energy efficiency improvements. As mandated by Proposition 39, the Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee will monitor spending and report their findings to the public. Every day we see how higher education changes lives. With the community's support, we will continue to help students succeed by providing excellent academic opportunities to the Compton Community College District.

These updates will enable the District to maintain El Camino College Compton Center as a valuable community resource that provides affordable, local education, increases access to education for all local residents, and prepares students for university transfer or entry to a successful career.

Thank you to the students, employees, board members, community leaders, and most importantly to the voters of the Compton Community College District, for your support of the students at the Compton Center; and for supporting our goal to ensure, "Every Student is a Success Story!"


Keith Curry
Chief Executive Officer
Compton Community College District

2002 Measure CC Facilities Bond

Compton Community College District Measure C Facilities Bond Update - 11/30/2009

The Compton Community College District (CCCD) has been successful in seeking state and local funds for capital improvements as evidenced by the passage of Measure CC in November 2002, which authorized the issuance of $100 million in general obligation bonds.

Seventy-six percent of voters approved the local bond measure, authorizing the CCCD to issue bonds for classroom construction and renovation projects. The measure provided for taxation to homeowners and property owners of a nominal tax generated over a period of years, through 2017.

The bond measure is designed to fund repairs and renovations to instructional classrooms and job training facilities, and upgrade safety/security systems, electrical capacity, computer technology, energy efficiency, and roofing systems.

Measure CC authorized the district to issue up to $100 million of general obligation bonds for up to 28 capital construction and renovation projects, including but not limited to the stadium retrofit, Learning Resource Center and Child Development Center.

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