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In November 2016, the voters of Riverside approved Measure O General Obligation Bond with a 70% approval rate.  Measure O will generate 382 million dollars over the next 10 to 15 years to improve and build new capital facilities in Riverside Unified.

The Long Range Facility Master Plan completed in 2016 will serve as the guide to plan projects based on condition, educational program, capacity needs, and available state funding.  The Board of Education held three workshops to discuss the needs of District facilities and identify priorities. 

Attached you will find the contents of the Board meetings and Workshops held.  The meeting and workshops focused on educating the Board and public on the Prioritization process; Data on the facilities; Determining Focus Goals; and Identifying Priority Projects.

Presentation: Board Meeting November 1, 2016

Presentation: Board Workshop, Educational Session January 12, 2017

Workbook 1: Board Workshop, Focus Goals on January 31, 2017

Workbook 2: Board Workshop, Prioritization Process on March 2, 2017


If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact the Facilities Department

Asst. Superintendent, Sergio San Martin @

Director, Ana Gonzalez @

Asst. Director, Kevin Hauser @

Asst. Director, Jessica Mears @


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