Vacant land; Zoning: R-A and R-1; General Plan Designation: General Commercial
Clovis Unified School District (District) proposes to construct and operate new District facilities on 16.61 acres located southeast the intersection of N. Fowler and E. Herndon Avenues in the City of Clovis (APN: 491-050-74ST, 550-020-45T, and 550-020-47T). The first phase would include the construction of a Special Education Administration building (24,167 square feet), an Online School building (27,399 square feet) and associated site improvements. A future phase would consist of the construction and operation of District administrative offices in several buildings totaling approximately 90,000 square feet. The new Special Education Administration facility will include a reception/lobby area; offices for administration, operations, and school services; meeting conference and break rooms; and will house the Clovis Infant Toddler Intervention (CITI) Kids program. The new Online School facility will include a reception/lobby area, administrative offices, flex rooms, teacher offices, STEM lab, computer lab, nurse station and conference room. Construction of Phase 1 will begin in Fall 2023 and is anticipated to be completed and operational by Fall 2024. The timing for future phase development is undetermined.
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