The Project involves the construction and operation of a community college center campus to serve students in Oakhurst, Ahwahnee, Coarsegold, North Fork, and other nearby communities. The project location is an approximately 30-acre site on the west side of Westlake Drive, north of Liberty Drive, in the unincorporated community of Oakhurst, in Madera County. This new campus will replace the existing campus, which consists of eight portable buildings located on a 2.5-acre site located at Road 426 and Civic Circle in Oakhurst, approximately 1.2 miles southeast of the proposed project site. The project consists of a single structure containing 22,002 square feet of enclosed building area and 9,654 square feet of open covered area for an overall area of 31,656 square feet. The Administration (6,250 sq. ft.) and Classroom (7,684 sq. ft.) Wings are connected by an enclosed “Learning Commons” (2,509 sq. ft.) The Science Wing (5,005 sq. ft.) is connected to the Administration and Classroom Wings by covered patios. The buildings and covered areas surround an open courtyard. The project also includes a 159-stall parking lot, a utility yard, pedestrian pathways, landscaping, approximately 900 feet of new 8-inch sewer main, and an off-site sign. The project will also include either the signalization of the State Route 49/Westlake Drive intersection or the installation of a roundabout (pending further analysis and approval by Caltrans). The campus, as initially constructed, will serve the existing approximately 1,030 students and 24 faculty and staff. The campus will expand as needed to accommodate future growth, serving an estimated 1,582 students and 30 faculty and staff by 2040.