Notice of Exemption Stocklmeir Elementary Building C Modernization


SCH Number
Public Agency
Fremont Union High School District
Document Title
Notice of Exemption Stocklmeir Elementary Building C Modernization
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Document Description
The scope of work of this project involves the selective modernization of Building C at Stocklmeir Elementary School. The modernization of the building shall include merging classrooms, selective interior finishes, lighting replacement, new solatubes, and fire alarm upgrades. The building's exterior scope shall be painted. Exterior site improvements shall include the modernization of the courtyard, new fencing to delineate use by age, play structures, and ADA path of travel improvements around the buildings and parking area.

Contact Information

Faith Severson
Agency Name
Fremont Union High School District
Contact Types
Lead/Public Agency


Santa Clara

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
Reasons for Exemption
Section 15314 of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines, Minor Additions to Schools, allows for minor additions to schools within school grounds where the addition does not increase student capacity by more than 25% or ten classrooms, whichever is less. The proposed improvements to the existing Stocklmeir campus facilities are relatively minor, does not add classrooms and would occur within school grounds. The Stocklmeir campus currently contains 60 classrooms; therefore, the proposed modernization of the project would not increase student capacity by more than 25% or ten classrooms. For these reasons, the project is exempt under Section 15314, Minor Additions to Schools, of the CEQA Guidelines.
County Clerk
Santa Clara


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