Mt. Hood Community College 2017 Bond Measure

  • The Mt. Hood Community College District has placed a $75 million General Obligation Bond on the May, 2017 ballot. The college has not passed a GO bond since 1974, and desperately needs the funds to ready itself for the next 50 years, as well as to make crucial infrastructure upgrades and repairs. If it passes, the college will also receive an extra $8 million in matching monies from the State of Oregon that will go unclaimed if the bond does not pass.

  • Bond 2017

    Bond Information CTA

    MHCC Board Votes in Favor of Pursuing General Obligation Bond


  • FAQs about the Bond

    Frequently Asked Question about the bond measure what it means for the community, students, taxpayers and more?

    Economic Impact Report

    Did you know that the college has a positive annual impact on the local community of more than $700 million? Read the report here!

    The MHCC District

    Voters who reside within the MHCC district will be able to vote for or against the bond. Do you live within in the college’s district boundaries?