2002 Facilities Bond Measure
Updating and Upgrading Campus Facilities
About the 2002 Facilities Bond Measure
The 2002 Facilities Bond Measure is an extensive campus modernization program that was approved by voters on November 5, 2002.
The $394 million bond measure is El Camino College’s first since opening for classes in 1947.
Bond funds are supporting numerous improvement projects, including classroom upgrades, instructional equipment updates, and critical health and safety repairs.
Construction has continued throughout the campus since the bond was approved. Click here for updates. A nine-member Citizens' Oversight Committee appointed by the Board of Trustees monitors spending and reports all findings to the public.
- Fix leaky roofs
- Remove asbestos
- Replace heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems
- Modernize instructional equipment for technology training
- Wire for Internet access
- Construct new parking structure
- Upgrade to energy-efficient systems
- Add and modernize classrooms for vocational, business, and health care training
- Remodel/build new academic facilities
- Build new parking structure
- Remodel/construction of new academic facilities
Support from the community has been invaluable to the success of this project. El Camino College is one of the state's most successful community colleges in preparing students for careers and transfer to four-year institutions. This vote of confidence helps us continue our long-standing tradition of excellence.
Ann M. Garten
Community Relations Director
El Camino College