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On November 12, 2019, in response to the feedback detailed below, the Alhambra City council unanimously voted to place Measure AL , a ¾ ¢ (percent)local sales tax measure, on the March 3, 2020 ballot. For additional factual information about Measure AL, and how to participate in the Special Municipal Election on March 3, 2020, please visit

Maintaining Alhambra’s Local Quality of Life

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Alhambra prides itself on being a desirable, safe place to live, do business and raise a family.

After years of State takeaways of local funds, Alhambra is facing budget deficits. As part of our transparent budget process and to inform future strategic planning, we have identified several community priorities for local funds including:

  • Preventing property crimes, like thefts and burglaries
  • Maintaining police, fire and 9-1-1 emergency response
  • Keeping public areas safe and clean
  • Maintaining essential City services
  • Helping ensure young people have safe places to play
  • Repairing streets and potholes
  • Maintaining local control of local funds

The City is committed to continuing to reflect your priorities in our decision-making through our community-centered budget process and planning for the future. We want to hear from you!

Please join the conversation TODAY and tell us what is important to you by completing a Community Feedback Survey. Thank you for participating!

If you have questions regarding Alhambra’s current fiscal challenges and service priorities and would like to hear more, please contact Lucy Garcia in the City Manager’s office at 626-570-3257 or


Chamber of Commerce Presentation on October 8, 2019

Presentation to Chamber of Commerce, people sitting in chairs in a meeting room listening to presenters

Rotary Presentation on October 15, 2019

YMCA Presentation on October 22, 2019

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