Z: Public Facilities District
The Cotati-Rohnert Park Unified School District adopted a Master Plan that would guide the construction of Phases 1 through 7 of the modernization of the Rancho Cotate High School. Phase 1 would include conversion of current auto shop to an auto body repair facility. Phase 2 would include construction of a new stadium to replace the existing stadium. The new stadium would include an all-weather running track, a synthetic turf athletic field, bleachers, concession stand, and bathroom facilities. Phase 3 would include construction of a 500-seat performing arts theatre, including dressing rooms; a stage set workshop, flyway and plaza. Phase 4 would construct a new gymnasium which will include a regulation sized basketball court, bleachers, and a photovoltaic system. In addition to the new gymnasium, Phase 4 would include construction of outdoor tennis courts, baseball fields, a softball field, and a maintenance shed. Phase 5 would inlcude construction of a gymnasium addition including locker rooms and an additional basketball court. Phase 6 would include building and infrastructure improvements throughout the campus. Phase 7 would include demolition of the existing gymnasiums and construction of a new covered lunch area. The project is not expected to result in an increase in enrollment.
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