Farb Middle School is located on public land owned by the District and designated as a school site by the City of San Diego. The site is zoned RS-1-1 (Urbanized Community).
The proposed project includes the modernization the Farb Middle School campus in the City of San Diego. On November 4, 2008, the voters of San Diego passed Proposition S (Prop S), the San Diego School Repair and Safety Measure, a $2.1 billion general obligation bond measure proposed to improve existing school facilities throughout San Diego. The bond program was developed to provide resource to repair, renovate, and revitalize deteriorating facilities at 181 existing neighborhood schools within the San Diego Unified School District (SDUSD). Farb Middle School was built in 1979 and many of its facilities were identified through a comprehensive planning process as needing renovations, repairs, and/or upgrades as part of Prop S.
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