Measure Z - FY 17-18

Fiscal Year 2017-18 Allocations



The Board of Supervisors authorized Measure Z allocations for FY 2017-18 as detailed below. Click the graph for more details. A description of all of the funded projects is available at the bottom of the page.

NEW OR ONE-TIME PROJECTS


Area 1 Agency on Aging $45,000
Elder Ombudsman to advocate for residents in long-term care settings.
Boys & Girls Club
$50,000
Expansion to offer additional programming at another site near Clubhouse and Alice Birney school.
Arcata Police Department $347,702
2 student resource officers, 2 juvenile probation diversion positions reduce truancy.

City of Blue Lake
$75,000

One half-time Sheriff deputy in Blue Lake.

Eureka Police
 Department $419,140
2 officers, Homeless Services Program Manager to work with DHHS. Continue to implement Focus Strategy.
Ferndale Police
$40,000
4x4 Heavy Duty pick-up with emergency equipment.
Fortuna Police
$295,160
School Resource Officer for Eel River Valley schools. Drug Task Force Officer.
City of Rio Dell
$34,101
Part time clerical position to support law enforcement.
City of Trinidad
$75,000
One half-time Sheriff deputy in Trinidad.
Garberville Sanitary District
$60,000
Repairs to 14 failing fire hydrants.
Fire Chief’s Association $1,241,465
National standard for safety equipment to equip volunteer fire; build fire stations.
Humboldt County Library
$15,000
Security at Eureka Main Library Branch.
K’IMA:W Medical Center
$312,801
Continuation of ambulance service in Willow Creek area.
Mountain Community and Culture
$15,000
Pedestrian safety walkability/mobility study for downtown Willow Creek area.
Public Works
$1,178,554
Improve county maintained road surfaces reducing response time for emergency vehicles.
Public Works
$32,000
Annual training for Arcata Fire and airport-based firefirghters.
Public Works
$9,200
Create a gated entrance at Mad River County Park to curtail problematic nighttime activity.
Sheriff’s Office
$309,658
Study and replacement of outdated radio system that supports emergency response agencies.
Southern Trinity Area Rescue
$39,600
Volunteer, non-profit agency to transition to paid EMT’s to respond to emergencies.

ONGOING PROJECTS


Auditor-Controller
$132,216
Code enforcement compliance officer.
County Counsel
$132,216
Code enforcement compliance officer.
DHHS
$189,870
Adult Protective Services Develop an interagency Elder and Vulnerable Adult Services Team (EVAST).
DHHS
$562,802
Rural child welfare and protection
District Attorney
$1,155986
11 staff to help better prosecute cases.
Probation Department
$496,361
Six additional probation officers to reduce recidivism among adult and juveniles.
Public Defender
$216,657
Investigator and deputy public defender.
Sheriff’s Office
$4,369,342
Funding for 38 patrol, corrections, community services officers, and other staff