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"Build CVUSD" Update: Facilities Master Plan Surveys Now Available

CVUSD Facilities Department completes surveys of 31 school and District sites

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The Conejo Valley Unified School District Facilities Department is pleased to announce the completion of Surveys at 31 District sites as part of its Master Planning effort coined, “Build CVUSD.”

A Survey was developed for all 27 CVUSD K-12 school sites and an additional four CVUSD sites, including the District office site and the Conejo Valley Adult Education campus. These Surveys were generated from a combination of existing CVUSD data, on-site data collection, discussion, observation and verification by the Master Planning Architect under the direction of the CVUSD planning staff.

Each Survey includes a site description, site summary, CVUSD provided data and templates, validation of CVUSD Plot Plans, validation of CVUSD SP3-A information referring to interior building use, validation of other CVUSD data as provided and photographic documentation of the site.

These Surveys act as one of the first steps in the formation of the Final Master Plan of renovation and modernization projects for each CVUSD site.

It is important to note the information in these Surveys are shown as “drafts” as they will be fine-tuned as the District continues to go through the Master Planning/”Build CVUSD” process and receives additional feedback from stakeholders and community members.

“We are very excited to release these Surveys,” said Pavan Bhatia, Executive Director, Facilities, Maintenance and Operations. “We are now one step closer to our Master Planning goal of outlining district-wide renovation and modernization projects that will help lay the foundation for the future of learning in CVUSD.”

The Facilities Master Plan Survey for each of the 31 CVUSD sites can be viewed here.

The “Build CVUSD” Master Plan process includes funds from the voter approved Measure I, a $197 million general obligation bond to support school renovation and modernization projects in CVUSD. The master planning projects will also leverage Proposition 39 Energy funds and other state/local funds as they become available.

To learn more about the “Build CVUSD” Master Planning process please visit:

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