Measure L


Measure L is the Transportation Ordinance and Expenditure Plan approved by Stanislaus County voters on November 8, 2016 . The measure raised the sales tax in Stanislaus County on April 1, 2017, by one-half cent for a total period of 25 years to improve our local streets and roads, improve connectivity and reduce congestion.

Measure L includes strong taxpayer safeguards to ensure that the projects and programs approved by the voters are funded and delivered. A Citizens Oversight Committee has been created to provide an enhanced level of accountability for expenditures made under the Plan to ensure that all voter mandates are carried out and that the financial integrity and performance of the program is maintained.

Should you have any questions, please contact the City of Patterson Engineering Department at 209-895-8033.

Measure L - Completed Projects

  • 2018-2019 Slurry Seal Project: - Various local roads
  • Citywide Sidewalk Replacement Project: - various locations 
  • Sperry Avenue Improvements Project: Sperry Avenue between Baldwin Road and American Eagle Avenue
  • Pedestrian Safety Improvements Project: Las Palmas Avenue between 7th Street & 9th Street, Ward Avenue between 9th Street & Salado Avenue
  • Roundabout at Salado Avenue & 7th Street Project

Measure  L – Current Projects

Las Palmas Overlay Projectlocated along Las Palmas Avenue and Highway 33

The design of this project was completed. The project went out to bid on Thursday, December 17, 2020.  Construction started in March of 2021 and is estimated to be completed by September of 2021.

Kinshire Waterline Replacement/FDR ProjectThis project is bounded by Sperry Avenue to the north, Poppy Avenue to the south, Clover Avenue to the west, and Patterson Irrigation District’s (PID) main canal to the east. Construction is estimated to start May 26, 2021, and is estimated to be completed by September of 2021.


Measure L – Future Projects

Sperry Ave Improvements Phase II Project: This project is in the pre-design phase; design will start this summer (2021).


For more information please visit Stanislaus Council of Governments.