About Measure Z
Measure Z is a $28 Annual Tax the Wildomar Property Owners Pay for Parks Maintenance and Services.
After over two years of virtually no park maintenance and some park closures due to the loss of park funding sources, on November 6, 2012, the Wildomar residents voted on a $28 annual parcel tax, Measure Z to assist in the funding of park operations and related park activities.
The election results were certified by the Riverside County Register of Voters on November 26, 2012. Needing a 66.7% of yes votes, Measure Z was approved by Wildomar Voters with 68.59%.
July 1, 2013 the park funding measure was in effect.
For more Information and the Parks budgets look at the Measure Z Documents Web Page.
To ensure that all revenues received from the voter approved "Save Wildomar Community Parks Funding Measure" (Measure Z) are only spent on permissible uses as outlined in City of Wildomar Ordinance 71 and City Municipal Code Chapter 3.18.
The Measure Z Oversight Advisory Committee meets on the 4th Thursday of February, May, August, and the first Thursday in December at 6:00 pm. The meeting location is Wildomar City Council Chambers: 23873 Clinton Keith Road, Wildomar, CA 92595, unless otherwise noted.
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
Per City of Wildomar Ordinance 71
3.18.060 - Oversight Committee. By no later than March 1, 2013, the City Council shall establish a Wildomar Community Parks Funding Measure Citizen's Oversight Advisory Committee to advise the City Council regarding the collection and expenditure of tax revenues collected under the authority of this chapter. The Committee shall consist of at least five members, who shall be residents of the City. The terms of the Committee members and their specific duties shall be established by resolution of the City Council.
For More Information view Resolution 2013-37 (PDF).