Sherbeck Field Improvements Project

Fullerton College is preparing a Draft Environmental Impact Report for the Fullerton College Sherbeck Field Improvements Project. The proposed project encompasses the installation of permanent prefabricated aluminum bleachers, six field lighting stanchions, a new sound system, press box and storage building at the existing Sherbeck Field. Sherbeck Field would continue to be used for academic instruction, competitive athletics, and rentals; however, Sherbeck Field is proposed to host competitive football games, which are currently held at other locations. The inclusion of field lighting as part of the project would allow Fullerton College to add more evening classes, to offer a balanced schedule, and provide more class options for students who may not be able to take physical education during the day. It is anticipated that these improvements would begin in spring 2019 and would last approximately six months.

The description, location, and the potential environmental effects resulting from the proposed project are contained in the initial study, which is available below, through the District’s website (http://www.nocccd.edu/), and at the Administrative Offices, North Orange County Community College District office in Anaheim.

The initial environmental review indicates that the proposed project may have potentially significant effects on the environment in the following categories: aesthetics, air quality, greenhouse gas emissions, hazards and hazardous materials, noise, public services, recreation, transportation and traffic, tribal cultural resources, and mandatory findings of significance. The EIR will include an analysis of these impact areas, as well as feasible mitigation measures and alternatives to avoid or reduce potential impacts.

Public Scoping Meeting

A public scoping meeting will be held on Tuesday, May 1, 2018, beginning with a Project Presentation at 6 p.m. in the Fullerton College Campus Theatre (Building 1300) located at 321 E. Chapman Avenue, Fullerton, CA 92832, followed by an Informational Open House in the Fullerton College Center (Building 200), Rooms 224, 226, and 228

Documents

Notice of Preparation of a Draft Environmental Impact Report for the Fullerton College Sherbeck Field Improvements Project

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Initial Study for the Sherbeck Field Improvements Project (PDF link)

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Measure J Projects

The North Orange County Community College District’s Master Plan, created in 2011, identifies the construction and renovation projects that are needed for Fullerton College. As of spring 2015, following the confirmation of Measure J, the college is embarking on a planning process to determine the sequencing and location of those projects.

Projects Include

  • Classroom/Instructional Building
  • Horticulture Center
  • CDES Lab School (Early Childhood Education Center )
  • Parking Structure
  • Performing Arts Center (Theatre and Music Buildings)
  • Renovations of the buildings 100, 300, 500, 600, 840, 1000, Wilshire Theatre, Health Center, Faculty Offices, Wellness Center
  • Welcome Center (student and veterans services building)

Maps

Conceptualized Future Campus Plan Map

Strategic Interim Update as of Nov. 8, 2016

Existing Fullerton College Campus Plan Map

This map shows the locations of projects that are completed on campus.

Previous Updates

Conceptualized Future Campus Plan Map

This map conceptualized Fullerton College’s facilities list that was outlined in the Master Plan. This map is not final. Created Feb. 2014.

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Conceptualized Future Campus Plan Map

This is a draft update to the college’s Master Plan based on feedback received at open forums in the spring of 2015.

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Conceptualized Future Campus Plan Map

Strategic Interim Update

This is a draft update to the college’s Master Plan based on feedback received at open forums in the spring of 2015 and the fall of 2015.

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Conceptualized Future Campus Plan Map

Strategic Interim Update as of Feb. 1, 2016

This map was presented to the NOCCCD Board on June 28, 2016 as an update to the college’s Facilities Master Plan.

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