What is a Facilities Master Plan?
Facility master planning is, by its nature, a broad endeavor. It is a process by which many stakeholders provide input regarding long-range, strategic issues relating to the District's educational and operational goals. The Facility Master Plan (FMP) is a "living" document and a strategic planning tool that identifies short-term and long-term facility goals within the District for the next 10-20 years.
2019 Facilities Master Plan Update
The updated Facilities Master Plan priorites were developed after a five month review process. It was shared with stakeholders at the individual school sites for feedback. It outlines priorities for current and future facilities projects and will be revised each year depending upon funding and direction from the Governing Board.
The Facilities Subcommittee reviewed these priorites on May 14, 2019 and the Governing Board reviewed the plan on June 11, 2019 in a Study Session.
To view the prioritized project lists, please click here.
2016 Facilities Master Plan
In April 2016, the Governing Board adopted a long range comprehensive Facilities Master Plan. The process to develop the FMP was in-depth and collaborative including more than 55 meetings with over 360 participants who identified 420 projects across 37 sites. This masterplan allowed the Board to evaluate these recommendations and prioritize projects using our limited resources.
To view the 2016 Master Plan, please click here.
To view the 2016 prioritized project lists, please click here.