Thank you to the Martinez community for voting to pass the school bonds Measure K ($45 million) in 2010 and Measure R ($120 million) in 2016. This proves that strong communities build stronger schools. We appreciate the community for their support in helping us build better tomorrows for all MUSD students.
Bond Refinance Saves Taxpayers $45.6 Million
For the most recent bond sale, the District took advantage of historically low interest rates due to the coronavirus pandemic and overall economic uncertainty and issued the final $30 million in bonds. Highlights from the successful bond sale include a “True Interest Cost,” or average borrowing rate, of 3.14%, and perhaps most notably, a reduction in total borrowing costs of $45.6 million compared to the original 2016 estimates.
The MUSD Board of Education approved an update to the District's Master Facilities Plan on June 8, 2020. This document, developed with California Design West Architects, provides detailed plans for facility improvements throughout the District in the coming years.
Did you know...?
MUSD teamed up with East Bay Regional Park District and Contra Costa County to install a new track and field for the community at Las Juntas Elementary?
In 2014 MUSD completed a Solar Energy project throughout all campuses. How are we doing now?
The construction of the Vicente/Briones High School Campus was delayed by months due to a nest of endangered owls!
The objectives for Measure R and Measure K are very different with many regulations on how funds may be spent.
Are there topics related to the MUSD Bond Measures that you would like to see detailed on this website? Do you have GO Bond related questions that aren't answered here?
Please send your questions and suggestions to Lynette Aitken, Facilities Support Specialist.