Capital Improvement Project 2022

Future Ready


Thank you to our voters!

Our Spencerport Central School District voters have approved the 2022 capital improvement project, with a total of 365 residents casting their ballots with the following results: 
  • 292 in favor (80%) 
  • 73 opposed (20%)

“I want to thank voters for your continued support of the Spencerport Central School District,” Superintendent Kristin Swann said “We appreciate your confidence in our planning process and your support of our vision for the district’s facilities. We now look forward to making this plan come to fruition.”

Our next steps will include beginning the design phase for the $23.4 million project, followed by submission of plans to the New York State Education Department for review and approval. Construction is slated to begin in spring of 2024. 

We will keep you informed throughout the process. 

~ Updated: December 2022


Background:

The Spencerport Central School District conducts regular reviews of its buildings and grounds to identify areas in need of repair, renovation or replacement. Our goal is to be Future Ready, continuously working to create an educational environment that will keep our students safe and support instructional programs.

2022 Capital Improvement Project


This web section details the proposed 2022 Capital Improvement Project, its scope and finances.

Please submit any questions to [email protected] and we will post the questions and answers at the FAQ link below.


 
  Capital Project Vote on December 13  
  6 a.m. to 9 p.m.
District Office building
71 Lyell Ave.
 
 


Please RSVP for the informational meeting to help us plan for breakout sessions. Thank you.[email protected] 

Frequently Asked Questions
  Project cost and funding

Scope and plans by building
Facilities Task Force   Joint letter from board president and superintendent
  Photo gallery of proposed work
Timeline to develop capital improvement project   Video of project cost and funding   Video overview of proposed 2022 capital project

Voter qualifications
Voters must be a United States citizen, 18 years or older and live in the Spencerport district for at least 30 days. Resident voters do not need to own property.