Protect Agriculture, Open Space & Our Quality of Life

Read Our Citizens' Initiative Here

Are you frustrated by traffic jams, bad roads, overcrowded schools, loss of farmland, and our county becoming a garbage dump for Silicon Valley? These problems result from years of shortsighted decisions by our County Supervisors who were unduly influenced by developers & special interests.

Good news: This November, you can help take back our county by voting "Yes" on a citizens' Initiative, titled "Empower Voters to Make Land Use Decisions" . This Initiative allows you to vote on projects like Strada Verde, the landfill expansion, and housing developments on Fairview, Union & Buena Vista roads.

Over 25 years ago, three California counties (Napa, Sonoma and Ventura) passed similar initiatives and let voters halt sprawl development. Today, they still have significant agriculture and open space, plus strong economies. The residents of these counties are happier with their quality of life than the residents of other overcrowded counties. We hope to follow in the footsteps of these three visionary counties.

A brighter future is at the end of the rainbow!

 How Sonoma, Napa & Ventura Stopped Urban Sprawl

And Protected Their Resources for Future Generations

History of Three Counties

 Ventura  County   1998  

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 Sonoma  County   1996  

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Napa  County      1990  

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