Welcome to the Facilities Division of the Sacramento City Unified School District! Our goal is to provide and maintain safe, efficient and clean learning environments for students and staff at 81 school sites – 50 elementary schools, eight K-8 schools, eight middle schools, 13 high schools, two adult schools, child development programs at 49 of these sites plus several administrative sites – that cover a 67 square mile area and work with parents and communities to provide facilities, playgrounds and athletic fields that everyone can use and enjoy.
Our division includes:
Planning & Construction
Facility Use Permits & Developer Fees Collection
Our responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Master Planning and forecasting district facilities needs
- Modernizing schools and building new schools
- General maintenance, major repairs and land/system improvements
- Special Project Requests for minor site improvements by students, families and volunteers
- Community Facilities Use coordination and approval
- Collection of Developer Fees or School Impact Fees
The Sacramento City Unified School District’s 7-11 committee advises the Board of Education on the reuse, repurposing and disposition of school buildings and vacant sites not needed for school purposes. The SCUSD 7-11 Committee proceedings and its deliberations are open to the public.
Under California law (Education Code sec. 17389), the Committee must be comprised of at least seven members who represent each of the following:
The Bond Oversight Committee (BOC) oversees the expenditure of money for the construction, repair, and modernization of schools by SCUSD. The BOC communicates its finding to the Board and the public in order to ensure that school bond funds are invested as the voters intended and that projects are completed wisely and efficiently.
The Civic Permits Office issues permits for use of our facilities. Facilities available for community use include auditoriums, multi-purpose rooms, cafeterias, gymnasiums, playing fields and classrooms.
Developer Fees or School Impact Fees are also collected by the Civic Permits Office.
Our goal is to provide and maintain safe, efficient and clean learning environments for students and staff at 95 school sites -
55 elementary schools, five K-8 schools, eight middle schools,eight high schools, four adult schools and fifteen children centers, plus seven administrative sites – that cover a 67 square mile area; provide transportation services for approximately 6,700 students every day on over 168 routes; and work with parents and communities to provide facilities, playgrounds and athletic fields that everyone can use and enjoy.
Project Green allows participants to play a vital role in the development, design, and implementation of projects that will transform the site for the benefit of the environment, staff, stakeholders, community, and especially for the students. Project Green allows students to learn, develop, and implement designs that not only support, but also improve resource conservation, environmental sustainability, and cleaner and healthier student life.