The project would serve as an educational facility associated with Victor Valley Community College. It would consolidate 3 Victor Valley Community College programs related to public safety training and career development: the Emergency Medical Services, Fire Science/Fire-Fighting, and Administration of Justrice programs. These programs are currently operating at the Main Campus of the District. The ultimate goal of the District is to make the Eastside Center a premier public safety training center in California. The project would consist of ~45,900 gsf of building area, a parking lot consisting of 225 parking spaces, a prop yard consisting of various fire training props, and a Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training area.
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