Funded by voter approval of Issue 57 in 2016, Columbus City Schools is undergoing "Operation: Fix It" -- a five-year, $125 million initiative to target deferred maintenance needs across the District. The launch of "Operation: Fix It" was announced by former Superintendent Dan Good at the 2017 State of the District event.
Over the five-year period, Columbus City Schools will invest bond-backed funds totaling $125 million on deferred maintenance projects in all of our legacy buildings. Repairs vary by building and could include roofing, HVAC, safety and security systems, fire alarms, plumbing, asphalt and concrete, lighting upgrades and electrical systems. Taxpayers will be able to hold the District accountable with this special section of our website to track every repair promised and every project completed.
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