Harvard-Westlake Middle School Campus Improvement Project
NOP - Notice of Preparation
Present Land Use
Harvard- Westlake School
Conditional Use to permit the demolition of six buildings and the construction of two new classroom buildings, and the expansion of two existing buildings for a net floor area increase of approximately 122,220 square feet. The expansion would provide for 13 additional classrooms, a 950-seat theater, and a two-story parking structure that would provide a total of 207 spaces on the property. The project may result in an increase in enrollment from 766 students to 790 students, and 15 additional employees for a total of 180. The athletic field would be reconfigured and increased by approximately 45,000 sf to provide for four practice areas. No high-capacity seatings or night lighting is proposed. Internal vehicle circulation will be improved to eliminate vehicle queuing on North Faring Road. Class hours are 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. to accommodate faculty preparation time and extracurricular activities. In addition, the school occasionally hosts admission and other school-related events on Saturdays.
AestheticsAir QualityHazards & Hazardous MaterialsHydrology/Water QualityLand Use/PlanningNoiseTransportationBiological & Cultural Resources & Findings of Significance
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