Verdugo Campus: Saturday (10/2) to Friday (10/15) – Lane closure of Verdugo Rd. near the walkway bridge area to accommodate utility connection activities to City utility lines for the New Science Building Project to take place from 7:00 AM to 4:00 PM for a period of 12 days. Alternative pathway will be provided for pedestrians to be routed up the walkway bridge; this activity will minimally impede traffic entering or exiting the campus.

Verdugo Campus: Friday (10/15) – Concrete repair for the Sierra Vista Building walkway to take place from 7:00 AM to 3:00 PM. Concrete trucks will enter via Mountain St.; flag persons will be stationed in the area to ensure pedestrian safety and there will be minimal impedance on traffic entering or exiting the campus.

Garfield Campus: Saturday (10/16) – Concrete sawcutting activities to take place near the Parent Support Center, mechanical enclosure, and project construction trailer areas. Barriers will be stationed in the area to ensure traffic and site safety; activities will minimally impede traffic entering or exiting the campus.

Verdugo Campus: Week of Monday (10/25): Assembly of fence to safely enclose the following locations in Parking Lot B – Northwest corner of parking lot (near CA-2 freeway) to house large-size New Science Building (NSB) façade mock-ups and a select area of parking spaces near the hillside to store soil pile-up from the NSB project; the areas will remain fenced in until the Spring of 2023. These activities will impact parking for Parking Lot B.

GCCD Capital Improvements

Glendale Community College was established in 1927 as Glendale Junior College operating within the Glendale Union High School District. The College acquired 25 acres of land in 1936, moved into its own facility in 1937, and in 1970 became part of the Glendale Junior College District. The College’s name changed to Glendale Community College District (GCCD) approximately one year later.

Today, the College has 27 permanent buildings over 100 acres. These facilities include the College’s original Verdugo campus, and its Garfield and Montrose campuses.

In July of 2019, GCCD, with the support of HMC Architects, completed a revision to its 2015 District-wide Facilities Master Plan. The findings of this revised plan helped identify the District’s facilities needs and provided a focus for the remainder of its Measure GC Bond Program dollars.

This site provides the GCCD community with updates on the ongoing progress across the District’s three campuses.

Verdugo Campus

Verdugo Campus

The District’s Facilities Master Plan translates Verdugo’s educational planning needs and identified campus issues into a series of facilities and site recommendations. These recommendations build upon the character and structure of the Campus, strengthen Glendale Community College’s identity and presence within the community and region, and fortify the Campus’ ability to maintain its focus on student learning and development.

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Garfield Campus

Garfield Campus

To ensure that current and future needs are met, the District’s Facilities Master Plan focuses on completing the development of the Garfield Campus, which opened its doors in 1990 and has grown ever since. The Plan recommends new facilities to keep pace with this growth, but the campus itself must expand before that can happen.

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Montrose Campus

Montrose Campus

Glendale Community College’s Professional Development Center (PDC), which is located at the newly designated Montrose Campus, is a recognized leader in providing contract workforce training. Its success has been enhanced by its desirable location and welcoming facilities.

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District-wide

District-wide

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