Palm Springs Unified School District has completed an Initial Study for the construction of a new 79,670 sf District Service Center on 12.3 acres of a 20 acre site east of the Palm Springs International Airport and west of San Joaquin Drive. The District has no current plans for the remaining 7.7 acres and is not a part of this project.
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