The mission of the Facilities Department is to plan, construct, maintain, and operate safe, effective and inspiring physical environments that encourage successful teaching and learning.
The physical environment makes a difference in education. Research links student achievement with the quality of the built environment (new and modernized buildings and grounds, lighting, indoor air quality, thermal comfort, acoustic quality). Safe, secure, well designed and maintained facilities have a positive effect on student performance, attendance, and satisfaction. Our campuses must facilitate an organic, nimble, helpful approach to teaching and learning, fostering curiosity, and creativity.
Our vision is that CCSF's Ocean Campus, Centers, and various other instructional and administrative sites throughout the dynamic neighborhoods of beautiful San Francisco are jewels in their communities; that our facilities embody the value of education; and that our sites are places where students, teachers and the community want to be.
This Facilities website is designed for you to learn more about the services we provide, important information about the buildings and grounds of our campuses, and the exciting school modernization program that is renewing and transforming our built environment. This website is updated regularly. We invite and encourage you to visit often for current updates and information.
The Facilities Department is comprised of a number of organizational units that provide services ranging from planning, design, construction, maintenance, operations, rentals, and emergency response for the buildings and grounds of City College of San Francisco.
The Draft EIR together with the Responses to Comments document constitutes the Final EIR for the proposed project in fulfillment of CEQA requirements and guidelines. Certified and adopted by the Board of Trustees on June 24, 2021 (Board Action).
CCSF Evans Center Renovation and Aircraft Maintenance Technology Program Relocation Project Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration, CEQA findings, mitigation measures, and MMRP. Approved and adopted by the Board of Trustees on December 9, 2021 (Board Action).