The City of Lynwood has placed Measure LH on the November 3 ballot as a tax on for-profit hospitals where revenue generated will go to the City’s general fund. Funds from the general fund may be used to expand city services and programs. In addition, funds from the general fund may be used to fund programs and services approved by the City to address issues related to the COVID-19 pandemic. This is not a tax on Lynwood residents.
Measure LH will impose a 3% gross receipts tax gross receipts tax on for-profit hospitals and all funds will go into the city’s general fund.
The City may use funds generated by Measure HL to develop affordable housing, maintain and enhance vital public safety, infrastructure improvement projects along with parks and recreation services and programs.
On November 3, let your voice be heard and vote. After October 6, you will receive your ballot and can immediately vote by mail, vote in person at select Vote Centers starting October 24 (locations to be announced in early October) or vote on Election Day at your local polling location.