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September 03, 2020

CCFC Budget Update: 8 New Capital Outlay Projects Receive Funding in FY 20-21 Budget

Now that the dust is settling on the last night of the legislative session this past Monday, we have good news to report! The Legislature approved SB 115, which makes modifications to the FY 20-21 budget. This includes funding from Proposition 51 for preliminary plans and working drawings for 8 new community college projects worth $16.6 million. These projects were originally proposed to receive this funding in FY 21-22, but they were included in SB 115 to accelerate the timeline to stimulate the economy.

The Governor has until September 30 to sign or veto SB 115. [UPDATE: The Governor signed SB 115 on Sept. 9, 2020.]

The new projects include:

  • Mt. San Antonio CCD – Mt. San Antonio College: Technology and Health Replacement - $5,243,000
  • North Orange CCD – Fullerton College: Music/Drama Complex-Buildings 1100 and 1300 Replacement - $3,295,000
  • Peralta CCD – College of Alameda: Aviation Complex Replacement - $1,053,000
  • San Francisco CCD – San Francisco City College: Cloud Hall Reconstruction - $1,575,000
  • Shasta-Tehama-Trinity CCD – Shasta College: Building 200 Modernization - $1,375,000
  • Sierra Joint CCD – Sierra College: Science Building Phase 1 - $2,345,000
  • South Orange CCD – Saddleback College: Science Math Building Reconstruction - $1,300,000
  • Yuba CCD – Yuba College: Building 800 Life and Physical Science Modernization - $390,000

These projects are in addition to the 25 new capital outlay projects approved previously in the FY 20-21 budget. For more information about these projects, please click here.

Rebekah Cearley
CCFC Legislative Advocate