The Student Union project will provide the College with a facility that will cater to the social and organization needs of the student population. The estimated project cost is $16,200,000.
The Campus Infrastructure project included new paved roadways, parking areas, and utilities, providing greater access to the West Hills College Lemoore campus and easing the flow of traffic along perimeter roads.
A complete video surveillance system was installed throughout the campus in September 2012, in efforts to maintain a safe and secure environment for West Hills College Lemoore students and staff.
Parking Lot ID Signage
The addition of new parking lots around campus has increased the need to identify these areas in emergency situations. Parking lots can now be identified by signage at the top of the existing parking lot light poles.
Campus Road Repairs
Existing asphalt roadways, fire lanes and parking areas throughout the campus are in immediate need of an oil rejuvenation, which will ultimately prolong the lifespan of the asphalt paving.
The Field Sports project entails the development of sports fields and supporting facilities on approximately 28 acres of existing vacant land at the southwest corner of the West Hills College Lemoore campus.
The West Hills Community College District will soon be constructing a multi-megawatt photovoltaic field at the West Hills College Coalinga - Farm of the Future. An ISIS report is currently being by prepared by PG&E.
Campus Roof Repairs
The existing roofs of Building 200B, 200C and 200D were recoated in April 2011. Minor repairs were also addressed during the project. Total project cost was $46,000.
The West Hills Community College District is currently exploring potential locations for establishing outreach learning centers in the supporting communities of School Facilities Improvement District No. 3.
Welcome to the Measure E website. We are excited to share with you the dedication of the citizens of Lemoore and their endeavors in achieving excellence in education for West Hills College Lemoore.
In the June 2008 election, West Hills Community College District was successful in obtaining authorization from the voters within School Facilities Improvement District No. 3 to issue up to $31,000,000 aggregate principal amount of the District’s general obligation bonds, pursuant to a 55% vote. The election was conducted under Proposition 39, chaptered as the Strict Accountability in Local School Construction Bonds Act of 2000, at Section 15264 et seq. of the Education Code of the State (“Prop 39”).
Measure E provides financing for long-term construction and facilities improvement projects within the supporting communities of the SFID. Property owners will pay less than $25.00 per year per $100,000 of assessed valuation of their property.
School Facilities Improvement Districts (SFID) are an option for School Districts in California for specific projects within a School District. They allow a district to design specific “assessment” to address the special needs of the specific communities within their boundaries. Part of the SFID process requires specialized Land Surveying & Mapping Services to create these new Districts. School Facilities Improvement District No. 3 consists of Lemoore, Avenal, Riverdale and the surrounding communities.
If you are interested in serving on the Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee, print, fill and sign this application, and submit to West Hills Community College District.
In the June 2008 election, WHCCD successfully passed a $31,000,000 general obligation bond to provide financing for long-term construction and facilities improvement projects in Lemoore and the surrounding communities.
Property owners are paying less than $25.00 per year per $100,000 of assessed valuation of their property.
Date: May 4, 2016Location: WHC LemooreAdministration Office, Conference Room #124Time: 4 pmPrevious meeting: 01/27/16
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