General Commercial (C2), Public/Quasi-Public/Open Space (PUB)
The proposed project would involve the construction of the El Camino College Fire Training Facility, which includes new classrooms, locker rooms, a multipurpose room, an administrative office, fire apparatus storage building, a fire tower, a physical training area, a ventilation props storage area, and landscaped areas.
El Camino Community College District
Executive Director, Facilities Planning and Services
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State Reviewing Agency Comments
California Department of Transportation, District 7 (DOT)
Educational (New Fire Academy)
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