Measure V on your November 2 ballot
Information About Measure V
On July 27th, the Riverside City Council placed Measure V on the November 2nd ballot. Measure V is a hotel tax paid ONLY by hotel and motel guests. Riverside residents, homeowners or property owners – who are not hotel/motel guests – are NOT taxed.
If approved by voters, Measure V funds would be used to keep our City on the right fiscal track, stimulate local economic growth, market Riverside to attract more visitors by improving the visitors and convention facilities and services, and maintain essential services that are impacted by visitors such as public safety, 9-1-1 emergency response, park, library and community services.
For more facts about Measure V, please visit the following links.
- Common Questions and Answers about Measure V | In Spanish
- Measure V Community Presentation
- Measure V City Council Resolution and Ordinance
- Measure V City Attorney Impartial Analysis
- Measure V Mailer
REMEMBER TO VOTE!
- Election Day is Tuesday, November 2
- Polls are open 7 a.m. - 8 p.m.
- Remember to find Measure V at the bottom of your ballot
- Absentee ballots may be dropped off at any polling place in the County on Election Day
- Find your polling place online at:
For more information about voting, please call the Riverside County Registrar of Voters at (951) 486-7200 or visit www.voteinfo.net.
OFFICIAL MEASURE V BALLOT QUESTION
City of Riverside Measure.
To offset State budget cuts, provide local funding the State cannot take, and supplement City funds for essential services such as 9-1-1 response, police and fire protection, youth/senior programs, tourism, and facilities such as the convention center, libraries, and parks, shall the City’s existing transient occupancy tax, also known as a hotel tax paid only by hotel guests, be increased by 2%, subject to audit and all funds staying local?