Summerland Elementary School
The Summerland Elementary School conceptual plan re-envisions the site and capitalizes on the topography by creating a new Lower Campus that serves as an outdoor classroom. On the main campus, all portables will be replaced with new modulars. A new lunch shelter and hard court will be built. Significant ADA improvements will be made to the campus as well as new ramps and retaining walls for safety and security.
- Measure U funds: $$2,532,850
- Other funds: $3,467,150 (sale of Toro Canyon property and developer fees)
- Replace 4 portable classrooms with 6 new modular buildings
- New ramps and retaining walls
- New lunch shelter
On June 30, 2019, the District applied for a Coastal Development Permit (CDP) for Summerland School. The District was required to meet three important milestones prior to submitting the CDP application to the County of Santa Barbara’s Planning Commission:
- Design approval from the Summerland Architectural Board of Review
- Initial presentation to the County’s Architectural Board of Review.
- Design approval from the County’s Architectural Board of Review.
Once the CDP is approved, the Measure U team can proceed with developing construction documents for approval by the Division of State Architects.