Maintenance and Operations
The San Diego County Office of Education (SDCOE) supports districts with facilities needs and a two-way delivery system between SDCOE sites and local schools for media, library books, financial documents, and student systems records. These services include:
- Coordination of audiovisual equipment
- Warehousing operations
- Central supply services
- Room reservations for external use of SDCOE sites
Creekside Learning Center - Siding Replacement
2023 CUPCCAA Registration — Ongoing
The following link will take you to the CUPCCAA registration form for contractors to register with the Facilities Joint Power Authority (FACJPA). Registered contractors will be invited to participate in FACJPA contract support to member districts throughout San Diego County.
SDCOE Potential Bidder Registration
Register here for notification and access to SDCOE upcoming bid opportunities.
These resources are available for districts to use when addressing the ongoing process of reviewing, updating, and reporting on developer fees. The documents are intended to be fully edited by the district with district-appropriate data and information as appropriate.
Understanding Developer Fees
- Understanding Developer Fees (.ppt)
- Developer Fees Reporting (.ppt)
- Levying School Fees and Top 15 School Fee Questions (PDF)
Starting the Process
- Template Adoption Resolution (.doc)
- Template Board Agenda (.doc)
- Template Notice of Public Meeting (.doc)
- CEQA Fee Notice of Exemption (.doc)
1- and 5-Year Reports
- Template 1-Year Report (Simple) (.doc)
- Template 1-Year Report with Alternative Fees (.doc)
- Template 5-Year Report (.doc)
Regional meetings are a source of current state and local information that impact school facilities. Subject matter experts from the Office of Public School Construction, the Division of State Architect, Coalition for Adequate School Housing, and many others may participate in regional meetings, providing up-to-date information and an opportunity for participants to comment and ask questions.
Meetings are held two times per year from 9 to 11:30 a.m. at the San Diego County Office of Education, 6401 Linda Vista Road, San Diego. Unless otherwise indicated, meetings are held in the Joe Rindone Regional Technology Center (JRRTC), Building 200, Communication Labs 1 – 4 and broadcast to the North County Regional Education Center at 255 Pico in San Marcos. Additional meetings may be held during the year depending on the criticality of the topic and need and/or urgency to inform school district and college staff. When the need for an additional meeting arises, this schedule will be updated and district staff notified accordingly.
If you have any questions or require disabled accommodations to attend, please contact Maintenance and Operations at 858-292-3587.
SDCOE supports local school districts via two groups: the Industrial Stormwater Management Group and the Municipal Stormwater Management Group.
Stormwater Management Plan Implementation Assistance
Sample Contract Language
Districts that have adopted a SWMP should incorporate specific language into appropriate contracts.
For a construction contract
For an architectural contract
- Post-Construction Storm Water Design Standards (for non-high population / growth school districts) (.doc)
- Post-Construction Storm Water Design Standards (for high population / growth school districts) (.doc)
For school district properties rented or leased to other entities
For purchase orders and all other contracts
Reports to School Boards
Outfall Map Preparation (BMP ID-2)
The SMS4 Group has worked with the California School Boards Association (CSBA) to integrate appropriate stormwater language into CSBA’s policy template. If your district has adopted CSBA’s policies since July 2008, you have successfully adopted your stormwater policy. If your district does not use CSBA’s policies, here is one you can edit to suit your district’s format.
Public Education Resources
Municipal Stormwater Monthly Message Program (PDFs)
- 01 - Construction Storm Water Message
- 02 - Community Gardens Storm Water Message
- 03 - Spills Storm Water Message
- 04 - Landscape Irrigation Storm Water Message
- 05 - Trash Areas Storm Water Message
- 06 - Nuisance Water Storm Water Message
- 07 - Annual Maintenance
- 08 - Wet Cleaning Storm Water Message
- 09 - SW 101 Storm Water Message
- 10 - Structural BMP Maintenance
- 11 - Rainy Season Storm Water Message
- 12 - Material Storage
The San Diego County Office of Education (SDCOE) has recently installed an Electric Vehicle Charging Station (EVCS) at its main campus in Linda Vista.
Electric vehicles are steadily increasing in popularity, have no tailpipe emissions of greenhouse-contributing gases, are powered by an increasing proportion of renewably-generated sources of electricity such as solar and wind, offer many desirable features and performance characteristics, entail lower maintenance, and are consistent with SDCOE's sustainability program.
SDCOE is offering access to this new EVCS to employees and visitors. It is not open to the general public.SDCOE is providing this service for a fee, which can be paid with a ChargePoint account. A synopsis of the company can be found in their Fact Sheet.
Prospective EV Users will be prompted for SDCOE’s “EVCS Connection Code:”
- Current EVCS Connection Code: SDCOE189ev
SDCOE Terms and Conditions
"This Electric Vehicle Charging Station (EVCS) facility is owned and operated by the San Diego County Superintendent of Schools (SDCSS). Access to this EVCS is being offered as a voluntary service to authorized Electric Vehicle (EV) users and shall be considered a privilege and not a right. The availability of this EVCS and the terms and conditions associated with its use are Subject to Change without notice. Individual EV users may be revoked access to this EVCS by SDCOE for any reason.
By accepting access to this EVCS, you are also agreeing to the following:
- I have read, understand and agree to adhere to SDCOE's Administration Regulation #3511.1, as provided and amended.
- I agree to review all applicable EVCS user-training materials provided.
- I am, to my knowledge, in good standing with my ChargePoint Account.
- I shall be careful with the EV Connector and other EVCS equipment, and ensure safe use and practices thereof.
- I shall, as necessary, call ChargePoint's 24 hour Toll Free phone number (1-888-758-4389) upon observation of any significant safety, security or operational issues of concern related to this EVCS.
- I agree to these Terms and Conditions."
ChargePoint Terms and Conditions
“I agree to permit ChargePoint to share my contact information and usage associated with San Diego County Office of Education’s stations to San Diego County Office of Education in exchange for the benefits described above. I understand and agree that such benefits are made available solely by San Diego County Office of Education and that ChargePoint is not offering any benefit or participating in such benefit program. I agree to look solely to San Diego County Office of Education for the delivery of the benefits described above and expressly disclaim and release all claims related to such benefits in any manner whatsoever.”
For assistance with sign-up and technical issues, contact ChargePoint, 888-758-4389. For other charging station or facilities issues, contact SDCOE's Maintenance and Operations department, 858-292-3587.