After several months of research with students, employees and the community about the future needs of the college, a campus master plan was developed in 2015. A new technical education facility was identified as the plan’s top priority.
The SFCC Board of Trustees approved a resolution and ballot language for a general obligation bond, and the election will be April 4, 2017.
The college will be seeking voter approval for a $28 million general obligation bond that would provide a new technical education facility, new and enhanced programs to accommodate workforce demands and renovations to existing buildings.
Cost for an average household would be about $48 per year.
A Yes Vote on April 4 provides students more career opportunities and a more skilled workforce, which creates jobs and attracts new residents. You can request Vote Yes materials by filling out this form.