The Ag Science project encompasses the initial building phase of the West Hills College Coalinga – Farm of the Future. Construction began in November 2010 and is scheduled to be completed in spring 2012.
The Wellness Center provides students and staff with a state-of-the art physical fitness facility at West Hills College Coalinga. Construction of the 9,737 sf facility was completed in spring 2011.
Scrivner Field Site Improvements
New site improvements at Scrivner Field include nearly 6,000 sf of concrete sitework at the existing baseball bleachers and dugouts, proper site drainage and new drought-tolerant landscaping.
The Child Development Center welcomed the addition of two new relocatable classroom buildings in 2009. The new buildings have provided the CDC program with nearly 2,500 sf of new instructional space.
Residence Hall Phase 1 (Gordon Hall)
Completed in August 2009, the interior modernization of Gordon Hall included a complete renovation of the nearly 20 year old interior finishes and furniture throughout the residential units and hallways.
Residence Hall Phase 2 (Ivans Hall)
Completed in August 2011, the interior modernization of Ivans Hall included a complete renovation of the nearly 20 year old interior finishes and furniture throughout the residential units and hallways.
During the past few years, the WHCCD Information Technology Services Department has coordinated the implementation of new network infrastructure at West Hills College Coalinga.
Scheduled Maintenance Projects
In efforts to increase the efficiency of the campus heating system, the existing boiler in Building 04 H was replaced with two smaller boiler units in fall 2010. Total project cost was $98,000.
The Cambridge Streetscape project includes a new plaza at the corner of Cambridge and Elm, as well as a new tree-lined sidewalk, curb/gutter and landscaping along Cambridge Avenue.
SAM Building Modernization
The SAM Building Modernization project features an extensive remodeling of the existing theater, including a new stage floor, stage elevator, interior finishes and furniture.
Coalinga Sports Complex Phase 1A
Through a partnership between West Hills College Coalinga and the City of Coalinga, construction of the new Coalinga Sports Complex Phase 1A was completed in spring 2011.
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. 2.
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.
Welcome to the Measure C website. We are excited to share with you the endeavors of the citizens of Coalinga and their accomplishments in supporting West Hills College Coalinga.
In the June 2008 election, West Hills Community College District was successful in obtaining authorization from the voters within School Facilities Improvement District No. 2 to issue up to $11,600,000 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 C has provided financing for long-term construction and facilities improvement projects within the supporting communities of the SFID. Property owners are paying 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. 2 consists of Coalinga, Huron and the surrounding communities.
In the June 2008 election, WHCCD successfully passed an $11,600,000 general obligation bond to provide financing for long-term construction and facilities improvement projects in Coalinga and the surrounding communities.
Property owners are paying less than $25.00 per year per $100,000 of assessed valuation of their property.
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