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Proposition 84 Overview

The Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality and Supply, Flood Control, River and Coastal Protection Bond Act of 2006 (Proposition 84) authorizes $5.388 billion in general obligation bonds to fund safe drinking water, water quality and supply, flood control, waterway and natural resource protection, water pollution and contamination control, state and local park improvements, public access to natural resources, and water conservation efforts.

ChapterOriginal Allocation Adjusted Allocation1Committed2Balance3
Ch. 2 Safe Drinking Water and Water Quality Projects$1,525,000$1,495,281$1,466,269$29,012
Ch. 3 Flood Control$800,000$784,410$756,794$27,616
Ch. 4 Statewide Water Planning and Design$65,000$63,733$62,180$1,553
Ch. 5 Protection of Rivers, Lakes and Streams$928,000$909,915$869,348$40,567
Ch. 6 Forest and Wildlife Conservation$450,000$441,231$446,255($5,025)
Ch. 7 Protection of Beaches, Bays and Coastal Waters$540,000$529,477$495,802$33,675
Ch. 8 Parks and Nature Education Facilities$500,000$490,256$458,532$31,724
Ch. 9 Sustainable Communities and Climate Change Reduction$580,000$568,697$553,096$15,601
Ch. 10/11 Statewide Bond Cost$0$0$83,580($83,580)
Reallocated to Proposition 1$0$105,000$105,000$0

Note: Dollar Amounts shown are in thousands.
1"Adjusted Allocation" reflects the "Original Allocation" less an adjustment mandated by Prop 1 distributed across all program chapters.
2"Committed" means the amount appropriated, the amount proposed for appropriations, or amount committed in out years.
3"Balance" equals Chapter Balance plus Chapter Set Asides as found on the Summary for Chapters in the Balance Allocations Report under Featured Links.