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Fifty-eight California cities and counties have submitted applications for programs to be funded through Proposition 47. Passed in November 2014, Prop 47 reclassified certain nonviolent, non-serious offenses from felonies to misdemeanors and retroactively allowed for resentencing and release from prison or jail. As a result, California’s prison and jail populations declined, and the state allocated the resulting state savings to local substance use, mental health, and recidivism reduction programs. An estimated $103 million is available for these programs, but the amount being requested by all 58 public agencies totals about $225 million. 

Public agencies — defined as county, city, or tribal government departments — must be the lead applicants for this funding, but they are required to share at least 50 percent of awarded funding with a nonprofit partner. This funding is intended to strengthen programs that address the underlying factors of crime, end pipelines to incarceration, and ensure that individuals are supported to reduce the commitment of new offenses. Community-based services are essential in establishing this support and improving public safety.

For more information on the Prop 47 funding process, visit the California Board of State and Community Corrections’ (BSCC) Prop 47 resource page. Below, see a list of public applicants organized by county. 

To read the full text of each proposal, visit the BSCC’s Prop 47 proposal folder » 

  • Alameda County Health Care Services Agency
  • Butte County Probation Department
  • Angels Camp Police Department
Contra Costa
  • Contra Costa Health Services Department
El Dorado
  • El Dorado County Probation Department
  • Fresno County Department of Behavioral Health
  • City of Parlier


  • Inyo County Probation Department


  • Kern County
  • Kings County
Los Angeles
  • City of Duarte
  • El Rancho Unified School District
  • Gardena Police Department.
  • Long Beach Department of Health and Human Services
  • Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office
  • Los Angeles County Department of Health Services, Office of Diversion and Reentry
  • City of Los Angeles, Mayor’s Office of Reentry
  • Pasadena Police Department
  • Marin County Health and Human Services
  • Mariposa County Human Services Department
  • Mendocino County Probation Department
  • Merced County
  • Modoc Superior Court
  • Monterey County Health Department, Behavioral Health Bureau
  • Napa County Heath and Human Services Agency
  • Nevada County Probation Department
  • Orange County Health Care Agency
  • Santa Ana Unified School District


  • Placer County Health and Human Services


  • Plumas County District Attorney


  • Riverside University Health System — Behavioral 


  • Sacramento County Department of Health & Human Services, Division of Behavioral Health Services

San Benito

  • San Benito County Health and Human Services

San Bernardino

  • San Bernardino County Department of Public Health
  • City of Rialto

San Diego

  • San Diego County
  • Oceanside Unified School District

San Francisco

  • San Francisco Department of Public Health

San Joaquin

  • San Joaquin County Behavioral Health Services

San Luis Obispo

  • San Luis Obispo Behavioral Health Department

San Mateo

  • San Mateo County

Santa Barbara

  • Santa Barbara Department of Behavioral Wellness

Santa Clara

  • Santa Clara County

Santa Cruz

  • Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office
  • Santa Cruz County Superior Court
  • Watsonville Police Department


  • Shasta County Probation Department


  • Solano County Health & Social Services
  • Vallejo City Unified School District


  • Sonoma County Department of Probation


  • Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department


  • Sutter County Health and Human Services Department


  • City of Corning
  • Tehama County Community Action Agency


  • Trinity County Probation Department


  • Ventura County Human Services Agency


  • Yolo County Health & Human Services Agency


  • Yuba County

Related Links:

Prop 47 Provides $103 Million for Community Programs

Harnessing County Level Prop 47 Savings

Urban Crime Trends Remain Stable Through California’s Policy Reform Era (20102016)