The proposed school site is a 23.46-acre vacant property located at the southeast corner of Central Parkway and Chancery Lane in the City of Dublin, Alameda County, California (Assessor’s Parcel Numbers [APNs] 985-78-2, -3, -4, -5, -6 and -7). The site also includes the areas that make up 0.71 acres of the total 23.46 acres and are identified as part of South Grafton Street and East Finnian Way on Assessor’s Map 985 in between APNs 985-78-5, -6. And -7. The City of Dublin is surrounded by San Ramon and unincorporated Contra Costa County to the north, unincorporated Alameda County to the east and west, and Pleasanton and Livermore to the south and southeast, respectively. Regional access to the site is primarily via north-south running Tassajara Road from Interstate 580, located about 0.5 miles west of the site, and east-west running Dublin Boulevard, in the City of Dublin and on which the site is located.
The proposed comprehensive high school would be DUSD’s third high school, and second comprehensive high school in the City of Dublin. The proposed school would consist of classrooms, education and administration-related indoor spaces, as well as outdoor physical education, instructional and recreational components. It would include 562 onsite surface parking spaces and internal drop-off and passing lanes designed for onsite traffic flow and reduced queuing at school entrances. Construction of the proposed project would occur on a total of approximately 23.46 acres. The new comprehensive high school is planned to ultimately accommodate approximately 2,545 students and will be built in two phases (Phase I and Phase II).