Measure J Information

Thank you voters for passing Measure J

In November 2016, voters overwhelmingly approved “Measure J,” a special tax on property to help support Cordova Recreation and Park District’s goal of providing safe, clean and accessible parks and facilities to the community. We understand that parks are your priority and we thank you for your support of CRPD and for trusting the District with your funds!
Measure J will help fund infrastructure and facility improvements and replacements, increased safety and security and increased maintenance.

Community Outreach Meetings

Neil Orchard Senior Activities Center: November 9

Public services and facilities that can be financed by Measure J include:

  • Acquisition and construction of public parks, open spaces and pathways
  • Maintenance, repair and replacement of parks, open spaces and pathways
  • Recreational activities and programs for seniors and youth including after-school activities, tutoring and sports
  • Security patrols, monitoring devices, security cameras and security lighting
  • Upgrades to ensure safety and accessibility for persons with disabilities
  • Repair and replacement of facilities due to vandalism, graffiti and wear-and-tear

This webpage will be constantly updated so stay tuned for information on community outreach and future projects. Click here for a printer-friendly version of this page.

NEW Measure J Information Hotline

CRPD has launched a new Measure J Information Hotline. Callers can receive timely recorded information, ask questions or leave comments regarding Measure J, the senior discount and upcoming outreach opportunities. To reach the hotline call 916-382-8633.

When will Measure J take effect?

The special tax assessment will appear on the 2017/2018 property tax bill. The tax rate for single family homes is $48.64 annually. CRPD will receive the first assessment in late January 2018.

What area is supported by Measure J?

Measure J affects the Park Maintenance Recreation and Improvement District (PMRID) within CRPD, which includes Rosemont, Larchmont, Riviera East, Gold River and the majority of Rancho Cordova. All funds collected by Measure J must be spent within these boundaries.

Click here for a map of the PMRID area.

Parks within the PMRID area include:

Ahlstrom Park Countryside Park Dave Roberts Community Park
Federspiel Park Gold River Park Gold Station Park
Hagan Community Park Henley Park Larchmont Community Park
Larchmont/Rossmoor Park Lincoln Village Community Park Manlove Park
Primrose Park Prospect Hill Park Riviera East Park
Rosemont Community Park Rosemont North Park Rosswood Park
Salmon Falls Park Sunriver Park Taylor Park
White Rock Community Park

Facilities within the PMRID area include:

Cordova Golf Course Hagan Community Center Hagan Community Pool
Lincoln Village Pool Mather Sports Center Neil Orchard Senior Activities Center

Partial Tax Exemption for Senior Citizens (Discount)

Cordova Recreation and Park District is granting a partial tax exemption for qualified property owners on the parcel tax – Measure J/CFD 2016-01. The CRPD Board of Directors approved a reduction of 20% of the above parcel tax for residential property that is owned and the principal residence of adults aged 65 years of older in the qualifying tax year. Please note: this is a discount on the Measure J parcel tax, not on the entire property tax bill. For questions about this reduction, please email communications@crpd.com or call the Measure J Information Hotline at 916-382-8633.

Application for Partial Tax Exemption (Senior Citizens) Tax Year 17/18

Applications are due May 31, 2017. They are also are also available at the CRPD District Office, 2729 Prospect Park Drive, Suite 230, Rancho Cordova or at the Neil Orchard Senior Activities Center, 3480 Routier Road, Sacramento.