Cerritos College Bond Construction Outreach Program
Cities Served by Cerritos College:
- Bell Gardens
- Hawaiian Gardens
- La Mirada
- Long Beach
- Santa Fe Springs
- South Gate
The Cerritos College Bond Construction Outreach Program has been developed to promote the increased participation of minority and local businesses on Measure CC and Measure G projects.
For the purposes of the Outreach Program the District has defined "local" as a business having an office located within one of the 12 communities served by Cerritos College; and "minority" is defined as a business certified as or eligible for certification as one or more of the following categories listed below.
- Small Business Enterprise (SBE)
- Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE)
- Minority Business Enterprise (MBE)
- Woman Business Enterprise (WBE)
- Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (DVBE)
On March 2, 2004, the voters approved Measure CC, a local facilities bond measure, to provide $210 million to address the urgent and critical needs of Cerritos College. Measure CC has provided funds to repair and renovate aging facilities as well as construct new facilities to relieve overcrowding and meet the demands due to growth in student enrollment. Learn more about Measure CC
Voters in the November 6, 2012 election approved Cerritos College's $350 million General Obligation Bond measure, providing funding for the continuing renovation of the nearly 60-year-old campus. Measure G received a total of 63,645 "yes" votes, or 69.87 percent of the total votes. Passage of the measure required at least a 55 percent vote of confidence. Thank you to the Cerritos College community for voting Yes on Measure G! Learn more about Measure G
Cerritos College Facilities Master Plan
Cerritos College is committed to striving towards developing a campus that is energy efficient and sustainable in order to minimize environmental impact, save operation and maintenance costs, and promote health and well being. Through synergistic design coordination between architects and engineers, the building envelope, ventilation, lighting and water systems can work together to reduce use of natural resources and minimize operational costs without substantially increasing construction costs. The approval of the 2011 Facilities Master Plan has empowered the District to realize multiple goals and objectives. The improvement of campus building and aging infrastructure will allow the College to fulfill its commitment to provide a high-quality, academically rigorous instruction responsive to the diversity represented in the student body and served by Cerritos Community College District.
The Facilities Master Plan Goals Are:
- Maximize functional space
- Eliminate non-functional space
- Improve efficiency/utilization of site and facilities
- Right-size the campus to address program needs
- Develop a collegian learning environment
- Improve Campus identity, connections, and circulation
- Simplify implementation
The objectives of Cerritos College's master plan are to update the campus, improve the look, and to advance the educational experience of the students.