Public Institutional (P-I); Community Facilities (C-F).
The project site encompasses APNs: 053-110-065-000, 053-110-064-000, 053-110-010-000, 053-110-009-000, and is located at 5944 Maxwell Drive, in Paradise, California. To the north and abutting the project site is vacant land with single-family residences beyond; to the south, across Pleasant Lane is vacant land with single-family residences beyond; to the east and abutting the project site is vacant land with commercial uses beyond; and to the west, across Maxwell Drive is Paradise High School with vacant land and commercial uses beyond.
The proposed project involves the construction of a single-story classroom and administration building, modified softball field, and one basketball court. Additionally, the proposed project would develop install one new parking space, bring the total to 25 parking spaces. Ridgeview High School would serve as the District’s continuation high school and would serve up to approximately 150 students. The high school campus would serve students in grades ten through twelve.
The new campus would feature a building for classrooms and administrative services. The single-story classroom and administration building would total approximately 11,355 square feet and provide six classrooms. Architecturally and functionally, the rectangular-shaped building would be designed and constructed as a single-story building (with heights ranging from 18 to 27 feet) that would connect pedestrians with a covered concrete walkway, stairs, and ramp. The building would house the proposed classrooms, a multipurpose room, and administration offices. Primary entrance to the main building would be from the southern end of the building, which faces Pleasant Lane.
Offices and rooms for administrative services would be provided near the primary entrance of the building. Classrooms would be located around the multipurpose room. A 485-square foot warming kitchen with access to a dry storage area would be located at the northwest end of the building. Additional access to the building would be provided via three entrances along the northern side of the building as well as five entrances along the eastern side of the building.
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