Measure H Oversite Committee to Meet

The Measure H Citizens’ Oversight Advisory Board (COAB) was established to ensure public accountability of Measure H, a ¼-cent sales tax approved by Los Angeles County voters in 2017 to fund a 10-year campaign against homelessness.

Measure H is the landmark ¼-cent sales tax approved by 69.3% of Los Angeles County voters in March 2017, the first revenue stream dedicated to preventing and addressing homelessness countywide. It has been projected to raise $355 million annually for 10 years to fund the implementation of the County’s Homeless Initiative strategies. 

Since Measure H funding became available in July 2017, the County has housed more than 81,000 people and sheltered about 110,000 people.

The same ordinance that created Measure H also created the five-member Measure H Citizens’ Oversight Advisory Board, which reviews Measure H expenditures, independent audits, and performance evaluations to ensure transparency and accountability. 

Join by computer or mobile app: Click here to join the meeting March 2, 2023 at 1 pm. 
Or call in (audio only) by dialing: +1 323-776-6996,,152999341#
Click here for the meeting agenda
Members of the public may submit comments during the meeting or by sending an email to [email protected] no later than 5:00 p.m., the day before the meeting.

Additional information is available on the COAB page of the Los Angeles County Homeless Initiative website. Please email any questions to [email protected].

The Actors' Gang