San Rafael High School
San Rafael City Schools is preparing an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the proposed expansion and reconstruction at the San Rafael High School campus located at 150 3rd Street in San Rafael. The California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) requires that the District conduct an environmental review of the project, which has the potential to result in physical change in the environment.
The District has determined that an EIR will be the required CEQA document for the project. The District is issuing a Notice of Preparation (NOP) to invite comments on the scope and content of the EIR prior to its preparation. Click here to download the NOP.
Responses to this NOP and any related questions or comments regarding the scope or content of the draft EIR must be directed in writing to: William Savidge, San Rafael City Schools, 310 Nova Albion Way, San Rafael, CA 94903 or by email to: email@example.com. Comments on the NOP must be received at the above mailing or e-mail address by July 24, 2023 at 5 p.m.
Community Meeting on Improvements to SRHS Campus
In October 2017, the Bond Program team shared an update with the community on the progress and plans for the SRHS campus. The team reviewed the factors impacting design decisions and presented schematic design options. Click here to download the presentation.
Final SRHS Campus Environmental Impact Report
After a nine-month development and review process, San Rafael City Schools has prepared a final Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the proposed expansion and reconstruction at the San Rafael High School campus. The California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) requires that the District conduct environmental review of the project, which has the potential to result in physical change in the environment. Click here to download the final EIR. (Note: The large file size may impact download time.)
SRHS "Fly By" - Building Approach
SRHS "Fly By" - Quad
Reports & Meeting Notes
Site Design Committee
Critical to the success of the site work is collaboration with the school community. SRHS' Site Design Committee meets to discuss project design, details and planning for implementation for the school's bond program work.
The Site Design Committee is comprised of teachers, staff, parents and community members. They are joined by the project team, including architects, engineers, project and/or construction managers and school and District staff, in guiding the design and planning work at the school.