Measure A Bond Conclusion
In 2016, the Measure A bond program completed. Passed in 2004, the $250 million bond funded major construction projects, including Frank P. Doyle Library, Lawrence A. Bertolini Student Center, Bernard C. Plover Hall, Petaluma Campus Phase 2 and upgrades to Shone Farm facilities, among others.
Measure H Bond Commencement
Measure H, passed in 2014 and valued at $410 million, is the largest districtwide facilities upgrade initiative in the SCJCD's 100-year history. The process began in 2015 with the creation of the 2030 Plan Steering Committee, which was tasked with developing the vision and district standards to inform the Facilities Master Plan for Measure H. Completed in Fall 2016, the Facilities Master Plan is tightly linked with the District's Strategic Plan and Educational Master Plan.
Measure H aims to improve the educational experience and alleviate overcrowding through facilities renovations and seismic retrofitting. Specific emphasis will be placed on modernizing math, science and laboratory spaces to better train students in these fast-growing job sectors.
The campuses and classrooms will undergo significant technology upgrades and will house expanded and new career and technical education programs.