Bond - Measure
How does a bond measure work?
- Maintaining and Building Schools comes from community support of bonds.
- LUSD Sells the bonds to Investors
- Funds are used to update and repair school facilities
- Owners of property repay bonds through their property taxes
Why are bond measures are important to Lompoc Unified School District?
The Lompoc Unified School District (LUSD) offers a quality educational program for nearly 10,000 students. Our district emphasizes cooperation, collaboration and individualized learning at all levels, and it is our top priority to ensure our students have the skills and resources they need to graduate high school and be prepared for college or good-paying jobs.
Most Lompoc Unified School District schools are over 50 years old. While some have been updated, many have not and are in need of major renovations and upgrades to ensure the health and safety of our students. Roofs leak, inadequate electrical, fire and security systems require upgrades, and outdated heating, ventilation and air‑conditioning systems need to be repaired or replaced.
Our Lompoc schools are in need of major renovations and upgrades to ensure the health and safety of our students. Click through the slideshow below to see examples of some of our district’s facilities that need to be repaired or replaced.