Lynwood High School Modernization and Renovation Project


SCH Number
Public Agency
Lynwood Unified School District
Document Title
Lynwood High School Modernization and Renovation Project
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Document Description
Due to a catastrophic structural failure of an existing building on campus, the primary classroom building comprising of three, 3-story structures, will be demolished and replaced. The proposed building will be constructed in the same general location on the campus and will net a decrease in the number of classrooms from 120 to 70. Other existing buildings on campus not in need of demolition and replacement, will be renovated and modernized to ensure adequacy for fulfilling the educational mission of the District as will upgrades and renovations to the playfields.

Contact Information

Dr. Gretchen Janson
Agency Name
Lynwood Unfiied School District
Job Title
Assistant Superintendent, Business Services
Contact Types
Lead/Public Agency


Los Angeles
Southern California
Cross Streets
Imperial Highway and Jackson Avenue

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
Class 1-Sec.15301, 2-Sec.15302, 3-Sec.15303, 4-Sec.15304, 11-Sec.15311, 14-Sec.15314, 23-Sec.15323
Reasons for Exemption
All aspects of the proposed project fall under one or more of the following Categorical exemptions: Class 1: Repair/maintenance of Existing Facilities, Class 2: Replacement or Reconstruction of Existing Facilities, Class 3: New Construction of Small Structures, Class 4: Minor Alterations to Land, Class 11: Accessory Structures, Class 14: Minor Additions to Schools, Class 23: Normal Operations of Facilities for Public Gatherings. Further details are provided in the attached memorandum.
County Clerk
Los Angeles


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