On March 3, 2020, voters in the Foothill-De Anza Community College District's service area approved by a 58.88% margin an $898 million general obligation measure (Measure G) to upgrade facilities preparing students/veterans for university transfer and careers in fields such as healthcare, nursing, technology, engineering/sciences; to upgrade and repair aging classrooms as well as labs for science, technology, engineering/math-related fields of instruction; and to acquire, construct, repair facilities, equipment and sites. Visit the Measures G & C Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee website for additional information
On June 6, 2006, voters in the district's service area approved a $490.8 million bond measure (Measure C) by a 65.69% margin to upgrade electrical, heating, ventilation systems, fire/seismic safety; repair leaky roofs; improve disabled access; repair/expand classrooms; upgrade technology; and repair, construct, acquire, equip buildings, classrooms, libraries, sites, science/computer labs. Visit the Measures G & C Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee website for additional information.
On November 2, 1999, voters in the district's service area approved by a 71.9% margin a $248 million bond (Measure E) to renovate and expand college facilities to meet current health, safety and instruction standards. Projects included replacing aging roofs, deteriorated plumbing and electrical systems; refurbishing classrooms, science laboratories and restrooms; and constructing science and high-tech computers labs, classrooms and school facilities. This bond program has been complete.