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  • Does the revenue generated by Measure P stay in Victorville?
  • How does Measure P affect my business or transactions in the City of Victorville?
  • How is Measure P tax paid?
  • Is there fiscal accountability in Measure P?
  • What is Measure P?
  • What items are taxed by Measure P?
  • What other public safety measures are included in Measure P?
  • When did Measure P go into effect?
  • Where does Victorville's sales tax go?
  • Who decides how the revenue from Measure P is allocated?
  • Why a sales tax not a property or parcel tax?
  • Why did the City Council place Measure P on the ballot?
  • Will there be taxpayer oversight?
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Measure P

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Measure P GraphicMeasure P is a general sales tax measure approved by the Victorville voters during the November 3, 2020 election. This one-cent sales tax took effect on April 1, 2021 increasing Victorville’s sales tax rate from 7.75 percent to 8.75 percent.


Measure P is a local sales tax, so 100 percent of the revenue generated by this measure goes to the City of Victorville. Annual revenue generated by Measure P is projected to be $18.94 million for Fiscal Year 2021-22.

Revenue generated by this general tax measure enables the City to increase safety for Victorville's growing population and expand essential services like police, fire, code compliance, animal care and control, library, and homelessness and housing.

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