Heather Oakley loves baseball. Her father coaches the sport, and she has been playing since she was 5 years old. For Oakley, a first-base player, the softball field has been a home away from home for years. But there is one softball field she hopes to never step on again.
The Administration of Justice building will be torn down beginning June 17 to make way for a modern Student Services facility, projected for completion in February 2015, according to City College public information officer Amanda Davis. The tear-down is one of many construction projects that will begin over the summer to improve the campus. Several parking lot improvements will also impact the college.
While students are away this summer the foundations for a new path to their education is underway.
The long awaited pedestrian bridge is set to begin construction around June 1, according to the Sacramento Bee. This pedestrian bridge will start at the City College light rail station and reach over the train tracks to the new, soon-to-be developed 72- acre Curtis Park Village where students and neighboring families can take a short walk to the retail stores and restaurants. It will provide a walkway for light rail riders and easy access to the new neighborhood from the City College.
A new spot has made its way to Davis’ West Village apartment community for it’s eating and drinking pleasure.
Mere steps away from the entrance to Sacramento City College Davis Center, Hub, a café, kitchen and market is in its finishing stages of construction and will soon be fully open to the public.