Facilities Planning & Operations

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Use of Facilities has been relocated to Community and Contract Ed

In support of the Sonoma County Junior College District’s mission, SRJC’s Facilities, Planning & Operations Division (FPO) provides districtwide services that support the physical and natural environment of the college. Such assistance ranges from planning, design, construction projects, and agency interaction to maintenance, custodial, grounds and landscaping, environmental management, occupational therapy, recycling, utility management, and sustainable initiatives.

Facilities, Planning & Operations includes several departments and areas of responsibilities:

  • Facilities Planning and Operations
  • Facilities Operations - Administration, Custodial, Grounds and Recycling, Maintenance
  • Environmental Health and Safety
  • Sustainability
  • Emergency Preparedness

In addition to new construction, renovation projects, and deferred maintenance, FPO maintains 66 buildings, 1.7 million gross square feet, multiple athletics fields, and 549 acres that include the Santa Rosa Campus, Petaluma Campus, Public Safety Training Center, and Shone Farm. The FPO team also supports leased facilities at 72 leased centers throughout Sonoma County.

The FPO team includes more than 70 talented men and women who are dedicated to providing the most effective, safe, and customer services to the college community. We are especially proud of our most valuable resource - the culturally diverse staff of managers, technical professionals, administrative support, skilled trades, support staff, and students that ensures one of the most beautifully maintained colleges among California’s 110 community colleges.

FPO Mission Statement

Facilities Planning and Operations promotes student learning reflective of the District’s academic excellence by providing a safe, clean, well-maintained educational, physical, and natural environment.

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