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Though the new three-story classroom building at San Ramon Valley High School is complete, the community-funded Measure D work continues at that site. 
Crews are currently working to complete the new parking lot that is located on the SRVHS campus where classrooms used to be. The classrooms previously housed on this patch of land have been relocated to the new classroom building, leaving this land available for much-needed additional parking at the site. When construction is complete, more than 200 new spaces will have been added to the campus, in total. These parking spaces are needed for students during school hours in order to get as many student vehicles as possible off the city streets. In addition, the spaces are needed by the community during non-school hours to help provide extra parking for the downtown area. Thanks to a generous donation from the Town of Danville, combined with Measure D funds, the SRVUSD was able to make this long-awaited additional parking a reality. 
Construction at San Ramon Valley High School