Overview

BuildLACCD is the Los Angeles Community College District’s $9.5 billion Building Program is funded mainly by bonds approved by Los Angeles Voters in 2001 (Proposition A: $1.245 billion), 2003 (Proposition AA: $980 million) 2008 (Measure J: $3.5 billion) and 2016 (Measure CC: $3.3 billion).  
Read below to learn more about the Program.

About BuildLACCD

The nine colleges in the Los Angeles Community College District serve about 250,000 students annually. Overall, the District covers 882 square miles and serves 36 cities.

The colleges offer low-cost education to a diverse student body. More than 40% of all LACCD students are over age 25 and about 17% are 35 or older. More than 70% of LACCD students are underserved minorities.

The LACCD also is a leader in environmentally responsible construction. Thanks to its $9.5 billion Sustainable Building Program*, LACCD is modernizing its colleges and building more than 40 new structures District-wide that will meet LEED™ (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) standards. In addition, the LACCD is generating solar power on its campuses and taking other steps to reduce the colleges' carbon footprint.

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The $9.5 billion largely comes from three voter-approved bond measures: 2001 (Proposition A: $1.245 billion), 2003 (Proposition AA: $980 million) 2008 (Measure J: $3.5 billion), and 2016 (Measure CC: $3.3 billion).

Program Timeline

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$5.01Billion

Expended

$4.20Billion

To obligate

$5.39Billion

Contracted

45.00

Projects in Design

24.00

Projects in Construction

632.00

Projects Completed

Cities & Communities Served

  • Agoura
  • Agoura Hills
  • Alhambra
  • Baldwin Hills
  • Bel Air Estates
  • Bell
  • Bell Gardens
  • Beverly Hills
  • Boyle Heights
  • Brentwood
  • Burbank
  • Calabasas
  • Canoga Park
  • Carson
  • Chatsworth
  • City of Commerce
  • Cudahy
  • Culver City