The proposed new football stadium and track and field facilities and associated improvements would replace the existing football field and track facilities. Plans include bleacher seating for 3,000 people, lighting, a home ticket booth and restroom/concession building, and visitor ticket booth and restroom/concession building. The proposed project would also include various improvements to landscaping, new chain-link fencing, access and circulation improvements, and emergency access improvements.
The new stadium would allow Redlands East Valley High School to hold home games and events at its own campus. The high school presently conducts its home games, track meets, and school events at various locations, including Beaumont High School, Yucaipa Community Park, Citrus Valley High School, and Redlands High School. The onsite stadium would eliminate the need to bus event participants, e.g., coaches, athletes, and band members, to home games. The proposed project would also serve as a source of school and community pride by providing the high school with a state-of-the art facility, while at the same time increasing the quality of the high school’s athletic curriculum.
Redlands East Valley High School; Moore Middle School
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Redlands East Valley HS is located at 31000 East Colton Avenue (Assessor’s Parcel Map Numbers 0299-031-30) in unincorporated San Bernardino County, California. The Redlands East Valley High School Stadium project (proposed project) would be developed within the existing school campus. Specifically, the proposed project would disturb approximately 6.95 acres of the western side of the approximately 60.1-acre campus (project site).
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