Special Election on June 4th

On June 4th Watsonville voters will vote on the following ballot question:

“Should the City of Watsonville amend its Urban Limit Line to allow for the possible annexation of approximately
95 acres of agricultural land to the City limits for future economic development and jobs?”

The property that is proposed to be added to the City of Watsonville Urban Limit Line is about 80 acres on the corner of Riverside Drive (Highway 129) and Highway 1, known as the Sakata Kett property. It would also include the 15 acre parcel across Highway 1, where the Redman house is located.

The special election is taking place because a group of Watsonville residents circulated a petition requesting the right to vote on this matter. The City Clerk certified that the petition contained valid signatures representing 10 percent of the registered voters in the City of Watsonville which is the amount needed to require an election. For more information call 768-3040.

Vote at City Clerk’s Office
275 Main St., Suite 400,
4th floor of Civic Plaza

Beginning May 6th,
Mon to Thurs, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm,

Weekend of June 1st and 2nd,
9:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Election Day, June 4th,
7:00 am to 8:00 pm.

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