Fiscal Impact Analyses for City Ballot Measures
As prescribed by Municipal Code section 27.0506, the IBA develops draft fiscal impact analyses of proposed ballot measures relating to the City of San Diego. The draft fiscal impact analysis for each measure is provided to the Mayor and City Auditor. If there is disagreement among the IBA, Mayor and City Auditor regarding final wording that will appear on the ballot, the decision of two out of three prevails.
The fiscal impact analysis must reasonably inform the voters of the proposed measure's fiscal impact, if any, and be true, impartial and not argumentative.
For more information on ballot measures, please visit the City Clerk's webpage.
- Measure C: Downtown Stadium Initiative
- Measure D: Tax and Facilities Initiative
- Measure E: Charter Amendment Regarding Qualifications, Vacancy, and Removal for Mayor, City Attorney, and Council
- Measure F: Charter Amendment Regarding Required Term of Service for Certain Terminations or Suspensions of Deputy City Attorneys
- Measure G: Charter Amendments Regarding the Citizens’ Review Board on Police Practices
- Measure H: Charter Amendments Regarding Purchasing and Contracting Processes for the City of San Diego
- Measure I: Charter Amendment Regarding Balboa Park and San Diego High School
- Measure J: Charter Amendment Regarding Use of Lease Revenue from Mission Bay Park
- Measure K: Charter Amendment Requiring Run-Off Election for the Offices of Mayor, City Attorney and Councilmember
- Measure L: Charter Amendment Requiring Citizens’ Initiative and Referendum Measures to be Placed on November General Election Ballots, Unless the Council Decides to Submit Them to Voters Earlier
- Measure M: Affordable Housing: Increasing the Limit on the Number of Units the City and Certain Public Agencies are Allowed to Help Develop
- Measure N: Non-Medical Cannabis Business Tax