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Wildomar city manager discusses Measure AA


Last updated 10/5/2018 at 1:45am

The Wildomar City Council, Aug. 8, unanimously placed Measure AA on the Nov. 6 ballot. If approved, Measure AA would provide local funds for Wildomar’s public safety and other city services. 

Wildomar doesn’t have enough fire stations, firefighters and emergency paramedics, which means a majority of responses to 911 calls don’t meet emergency medical time standards.

And as many of our residents know, more than 30 percent of Wildomar streets are rated ‘poor,’ ‘very poor’ or ‘failed’ by independent pavement management engineers, with many additional streets still unpaved. Many times, these essential repairs and safety improvements become more expensive over time. If approved, Measure AA funds may be used for Wildomar’s public safety, quality of life and other city services including maintaining and improving local police and fire protection, preserving 911 medical response times and maintaining local streets, roads and potholes.

Measure AA provides local funds to be used by Wildomar for lawful public purposes and also provides for independent financial audits to ensure funds are spent properly. Measure AA funds are protected by law from the state. 

If you would like the city to provide an informational presentation regarding Measure AA to your community group, contact me via email at [email protected] 

For more information about Measure AA and Wildomar’s effort to address the needs for Wildomar’s public safety and other city services, visit


Gary Nordquist

Wildomar City Manager


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