Please join us at Cabrillo Unified School District’s (CUSD’s) Open House Community Meetings to preview its workforce housing plans. The project includes 60 rental units for faculty and staff, at Kelly Avenue/Highway 1, and Central Avenue/3rd Avenue.  

These meetings will give the community a first opportunity to understand CUSD’s workforce housing vision and review the proposed project designs. You’re invited to join these meetings to gain project information, have your questions answered, and offer your comments as the planning process unfolds over the next year.  

The meetings will be held:

Saturday, September 23
  • ENGLISH: 10:30 am-noon (brief project introduction at 10:45 am)  
  • SPANISH: 12:15-1:45 pm (brief project introduction at 12:30 pm) 

Manuel F. Cunha Multipurpose Room (600 Church Street, Half Moon Bay)  

Thursday, September 28 
  • ENGLISH: 6:00-7:30 pm (brief project introduction at 6:15 pm) 
  • SPANISH: 7:45-9:15 pm (brief project introduction at 8:00 pm) 

Manuel F. Cunha Library (600 Church Street, Half Moon Bay)  

Project Description:  

With limited funding available for education and increasingly unaffordable regional housing, CUSD now joins other districts to propose educational workforce housing for district employees.  

As envisioned in the Local Coastal Plan, the project includes 60 rental units for CUSD faculty and staff at discounted rents, allowing CUSD employees to live in the community they serve:  

  • The Central Avenue/3rd Avenue location provides 18 townhomes with parking in a three-story configuration  
  • The Kelly Avenue/Highway 1 location provides 42 apartments in a four-story building with parking  

Also included are Hatch Elementary School improvements including additional pick-up/drop-off, traffic improvements on Kelly Avenue, and improved educational spaces for students.

These meetings are the first opportunity for the community to learn about the project, ask questions, and provide feedback. There will be more opportunities over the course of the next year to learn other details about the project as they become available, comment on environmental review, and attend Planning Commission and City Council hearings on the project.