• Ballot measure 3-447

    Clackamas Community College
    BOND INFORMATION

    During a two-year public engagement initiative, the community asked CCC to update and modernize classroom space that would provide more opportunities for job training and education.

    The response is a bond measure for the Nov. 4, 2014, election. The bond would include projects that are the highest priority for the community based on a series of surveys and business focus groups.


    Clackamas Community College serves more than 30,000 students each year at three campuses and a number of community extension sites. The college provides affordable education and training to students seeking high-demand careers and transfers to universities. 

    The goals of the Nov. 4 bond measure are to:

    • Increase local access to affordable educational programs that would allow students to transfer to four-year universities or obtain training for family-wage jobs
    • Train students in high-demand careers, such as nursing, engineering and manufacturing
    • Update and modernize equipment, labs and facilities so students are adequately trained to meet current industry standards

    What would the bond do?

    The bond measure, with $16 million in approved matching funds from the state, would:

    •  Construct an industrial technical learning center with labs and classrooms benefiting electronics, automotive, manufacturing, welding, skilled trades and apprenticeship preparation
    • Add science classrooms; modernize, renovate and furnish other college classrooms and facilities; update and modernize equipment and technology, especially for training in high-demand careers, including healthcare and engineering 
    • Replace worn-out electrical, heating, ventilation and plumbing systems; do deferred maintenance to reduce operating costs and/or extend the life of college facilities; and make improvements to address seismic and security concerns
    • Construct a new workforce development facility by replacing the 61-year-old building on Harmony Community Campus; purchase property and the remaining interest in facilities
    • Replace the student services center on Oregon City campus to meet current and future student needs
    • Refinance the college's current capital debt and finance bond issuance costs, site improvements and demolition

    What would the bond cost?

     The $90 million bond measure is expected to result in no increase in the college's estimated average annual bond tax rate of 19 cents per $1,000 of assessed property value. The bonds would be paid off in 26 years  or less from the date of issuance and may be issued in multiple series.

    For more information, email bondinformation@clackamas.edu or visit www.clackamas.edu/bondinformation  

  • Next Steps

    Clackamas Community College is planning three community bond forums to share information about the bond measure. Forums will be held at each of the college's three campuses. Here's the schedule:

    Harmony Community Campus Lobby
    Monday, Oct. 6, 5-7 p.m.
    7738 SE Harmony Road

    Wilsonville Campus Lobby
    Tuesday, Oct. 7, 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
    29353 Town Center Loop East

    Oregon City Campus, Community Center
    Wednesday, Oct. 8, 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
    19600 Molalla Avenue, Oregon City
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