construction imageThe Facilities Department is responsible for maintaining, servicing and improving the Jeffco Schools’ 12 million square foot of schools and support buildings, valued at nearly $2.5 billion on 3,700 acres of land.  The Facilities Department includes Building Maintenance and Site Maintenance, Construction Management, Custodial Services, Environmental Services, Facilities Service Desk, and Planning & Property. Departmental responsibilities include boundaries, long-range facility planning, enrollment projections, energy and utility management, capital and bond funded improvements, custodial services, facilities assessments, facilities maintenance, hazardous material management, landscape and paving, property management, snow removal, water and wastewater management.

Facilities Documents

2012 Bond
In November 2012, voters approved a $99 million bond package for facilities. A majority of the 2013-2016 Bond Program is scheduled to be completed at the end of 2015 with only 5 projects scheduled for completion in 2016. Almost $17 million worth of "quick start" projects will be completed in the summer of 2013. See the Scheduled Bond Scope document that identifies the respective phased completion date for each committed bond scope item. The bond scope of work is packaged to maximize design, bidding and construction efficiencies. To see the bid packaging select the Bid Packaging Schedule by Year (2013, 2014, 2015, or 2016) that correlates with the phase as identified in the Scheduled Bond Scope document. See the 2013 Phase Status of Projects to review the overall progress of the 2013 phase of the bond program. This document shows the number of projects and the dollar value by each design and construction phase for the 2013 scope of work.

Facilities Master Plan
Jeffco Public Schools initiated a Districtwide Facilities Master Plan (DWFMP) to support the Jeffco Strategic Plan and prepare for the next Capital Improvement Plan. Read More.

2014-15 Facility Condition Assessment
Summary of Findings: Jeffco Schools owns and maintains over 12 million square feet of building area and 3,100 acres of land. This document is the 2014-15 update of the Facilities Condition Assessment. Read the report.

2014-15 Enrollment Projections Report
The district-wide and articulation area projections presented in this report are meant to serve as a planning tool for the future and represent the most likely direction of the district. Read the report.

Voter Approved Construction Projects

Jeffco students enjoy the benefits of schools and facilities that will help them achieve their goals. See a slideshow of our voter-approved schools.
Information for Consultants/Contractors

Capital Asset Advisory Committee

In 2010, the Board of Education authorized the establishment of the Capital Asset Advisory Committee in accordance with Policies EL-8 and FB, both of which deal with facility condition and long range facility planning.  The Committee was formed from members of the 2005 Capital Improvement Program Oversight Committee and the 2009 Facilities Usage Committee.  The purpose of the Committee is to monitor the planning of capital needs and the implementation of capital programs, which may include future bond programs.
Members have a working familiarity with facility design and/or construction practices; business management expertise with organization(s) of comparable size to the district, and are independent and free from any relationship that would interfere with independent judgment.  Preference is given to Jefferson County residents. Read more.

How to Rent a Jeffco Public Schools Facility

Our school buildings are more than just places of education, they are centers of the community. Schools are used as voting locations, meeting places and recreational centers. Our buildings and athletic fields are available for community use. Read more.

Contact Information

If you see an issue with a Jeffco school building or facility, please let us know. Send an e-mail to the Facilities Dept, or call us at 303-982-2590.

Executive Director of Facilities & Construction Management
Tim Reed