Skip to main content

City and County Annual Reports on Measure X Spending

May contain: road, transportation, vehicle, car, and automobile

Through tax sharing agreements with the cities and the County of Monterey, the Local Streets and Road Maintenance program receives 60% of the transportation sales tax funds, estimated at a total of $360 million over 30 years.

This program provides flexible funding to cities and the County of Monterey to help them reduce the maintenance backlog on their aging street and road systems. In addition, these funds can be used for other local transportation needs that will reduce accidents and improve operations for all people and transportation modes, including local bicycle and pedestrian projects.

Listed here are individual audit documents for spending on Measure X

Fiscal Year 2019/2020 Reports

Salinas - FY19/20 Measure X AuditSoledad - FY19/20 Measure X AuditSeaside - FY19/20 Measure X AuditSand City - FY19/20 Measure X AuditPacific Grove - FY19/20 Measure X AuditMonterey - FY19/20 Measure X AuditMarina - FY19/20 Measure X AuditCarmel - FY19/20 Measure X AuditKing City - FY19/20 Measure X AuditGreenfield - FY19/20 Measure X AuditGonzales - FY19/20 Measure X AuditDel Rey Oaks - FY19/20 Measure X AuditCounty - FY19/20 Measure X Audit

Fiscal Year 2018/19 Reports.

Carmel – FY18/19 Measure X AuditCounty – FY18/19 Measure X AuditDel Rey Oaks – FY18/19 Measure X AuditPacific Grove – FY18/19 Measure X AuditGonzales – FY18/19 Measure X AuditSalinas – FY18/19 Measure X AuditGreenfield – FY18/19 Measure X AuditSand City – FY18/19 Measure X AuditKing City – FY18/19 Measure X AuditSeaside – FY18/19 Measure X AuditMarina – FY18/19 Measure X AuditSoledad – FY18/19 Measure X AuditMonterey – FY18/19 Measure X Audit