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Greater Albany Public Schools – Bond Information

In May 2017, the Greater Albany voters approved a $159 million capital construction to update and improve school facilities and construct additions to relieve crowding and improve instructional space.

The district was awarded a $6.9 million capital construction matching grant by the state of Oregon after the bond was approved by voters (because of this the Board chose to only sell $152 million in bonds), and favorable bond sales resulted in additional $28.5 million additional funds, bringing the total bond program up to $187 million for facility projects.

Projects are planned for all schools. A new elementary school will be constructed near Timber Ridge, Oak Grove Elementary School will be demolished and rebuilt, and the first phase of the replacement of West Albany High School will be completed. All projects are expected to be finished by 2021.


Project Timeline

Project Timeline

Summer Project Schedule

Bond Overview and Update: May 2018

Bond Projects

Critical Facility Upgrades

GAPS schools are aging. These projects will address critical facility needs, improve safety and increase energy efficiency.

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New ES Near Timber Ridge

New elementary school near Timber Ridge School in northeast Albany, scheduled to open in fall 2018.

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Oak Grove Replacement

New elementary school that will replace the current Oak Grove Elementary School, which was originally built in 1860.

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Drawing of Science Health & Athletic Complex

South Albany HS

New gym and multipurpose space and renovation of classrooms for CTE programs,  renovation of the small auditorium for performing arts programs.

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West Albany HS

The first phase of a complete replacement, including the entry, commons, auditorium and performing arts classrooms, gym and CTE spaces.

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CTE Projects

Projects to increase opportunities for vocational technical training, also known as Career Technical programs and applied learning.

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