Proposition G Hospital Improvements

In June 2006, voters approved Proposition G, a $247 million bond measure that is now funding capital infrastructure improvements at Grossmont Hospital. Proposition G passed by more than 77 percent, well above the two-thirds voter requirement. A volunteer citizens group, called Independent Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee, oversees how the District is spending these millions of dollars in public financing for construction projects at the hospital.

Click here for more information about the Independent Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee (ICBOC). Click the link below to read the ICBOC Final Report to the Community, published in 2019.

Take A Quick Video Tour

The facility improvements and additions featured in the video below represent completed construction projects financed through Prop G.

Proposition G Investor Relations

Several years ago, GHD board members recognized that major capital improvement were needed at Grossmont Hospital. As a result, the District sponsored a voter-approved bond measure called Proposition G (“G” for Grossmont). See information and links below for more on Prop G investor relations.

Prop G Background

Appearing on the June 2006 ballot, Proposition G was a $247 million, general obligation bond measure. Passage of the bond measure made possible the financing of a number of capital infrastructure construction projects at Grossmont Hospital, as specified in the hospital’s facilities master site plan. Proposition G was approved by more than 77 percent, well above the two-thirds voter requirement. There was no organized opposition and no ballot argument against Proposition G filed with the Registrar of Voters.

See below for more information on refunding activities.

Proposition G Public Information & Documents

Electronic Municipal Market System

Electronic Municipal Market Access (EMMA) is the official repository for information on virtually all municipal bonds, providing free public access to official disclosures, trade data and other information about the municipal securities market.

To view EMMA, please click the following link, emma.msrb.org