CitiPAC is the League of California Cities’ political action committee
The League needs the financial capacity to advocate for cities at the ballot box, and CitiPAC has been central to the success of protecting local democracy and tax dollars in elections past.
This year is an especially important year as the League’s Board of Directors recently voted to support a series of ballot measures that will improve neighborhoods and the quality of life for California city residents. Those measures include investments to affordable housing, park and water infrastructure; constitutionally protecting transportation funding; and opposing any efforts to repeal new transportation funding at the ballot box.
ImprovE California Cities & Strengthen Neighborhoods
Proposition 68 will invest $4 billion address the state’s most important water, park, and natural resource needs.
Supported by a broad coalition of water experts, conservation groups, local government organizations, park advocates, public health organizations and business groups.
Proposition 68 will ensure clean drinking water & secure future water supplies providing clean water supplies for every community
This measure places a $4 billion general obligation bond on the November 2018 ballot to fund affordable housing programs and the veterans homeownership program (CalVet).
Benefits: Multifamily Housing, Transit-Oriented Development, Infill Incentives, Farmworker Housing, Local Housing Trust Fund Matching Grants, CalHome, Self-Help Housing Fund, and
CalVet Home Loans
2018 STRATEGIC GOALS
How does the League determine the organization’s top issues? Every year, the League’s members and leadership work together to set strategic priorities for the next 12 months. These goals focus our legislative and advocacy activities and serve as a powerful tool for advancing local control.