The Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District passed a Permanent Improvement Levy in 2001. This levy generates $3 million annually to fund facility maintenance, repairs, and improvements throughout the District. The annual projects completed with Permanent Improvement funds are listed below, including what is planned for the 2019-2020 school year.
The District utilizes numerous resources to help identify facility needs and prioritize them. Some of these evaluations and reports include:
- 2007 District Wide Facilities Evaluation (Irie Kynyk Goss Architects)
- 2009 Roof Management Plan (Taylor Consulting)
- 2010 Facilities Assessment Report (Collaborative Inc for the Ohio Schools Facility Commission OSFC)
- 2012 Enhanced Environmental Report (Lawhon & Associates for the OFSC)
- 2015 Playground Development (McKnight & Associates)
- 2016 Roof & Facade 10 year program (Taylor Consulting)
- 2017 Capital Asset Condition Report (K2M Design)
The Director of Business Services and Operations utilizes the most recent information and assessments to develop a five-year plan, prioritizing the facility needs within the available permanent improvement funds. The five-year plan is fluid and may change based on educational plans of the District and the needs of our students.
Scroll down to see the projects scheduled in the current five-year plan and the projects that the District has completed since 1998.