Noyo Center for Science and Education at Fort Bragg
The City of Fort Bragg proposes to donate lands and facilities on the Fort Bragg waterfront to Sonoma State University to be used for multi-disciplinary learning, scholarship, and community engagement in the liberal arts and sciences.
Report of the SSU Ad Hoc Committee on Academic Enhancement Opportunities
Cover Letter (pdf, 75 KB)
Executive Summary (pdf, 144 KB)
School Reports (pdf, 466 KB)
Academic Affairs Program Reports (pdf, 213 KB)
Associated Students Report (pdf, 82 KB)
Proposed Donation (pdf, 228 KB)
Proposal Details: Powerpoint Presentation (8.7 Mb)
Videos: Coastal Trail on Mill Site (3.5 min)
City of Fort Bragg Tourism Video (3 min)
Noyo Center for Science & Education Documents & Information
Planning Documents for Noyo Center - link to all documents on Fort Bragg website
Architectural Plans- link to full architectural plans on Fort Bragg website.
Architectural Plan Preview
I. Site Plan of the Noyo Center. Buildings are clumped into three distinct areas on the 11.5 acre parcel: (1) public exhibits at the Discovery Center and Whale Exhibit on the left; (2) classrooms, laboratories and offices in the center; (3) cabins and dining commons to the right
II. Phase I Construction - The buildings shown below in black (Phase I construction) and the 11.5 acre parcel is proposed for donation to SSU.
III. Sustainable Design. The facilities are currently designed to LEED Silver standard.
IV. Discovery Center and Blue Whale Skeleton. The Discovery Center (left) would contain public exhibits and a lecture hall and is proposed for donation. The Blue Whale Skeleton (right) is proposed as a future donation.
V. Laboratories and Classrooms. Facilities on the right would contain meeting rooms, classrooms, laboratoies and administrative offices. (Blue Whale skeleton and Discovery Center are in the distance on right).
VI. Facilities Viewed from North.
VII. Facilities At Night. Blue whale skeleton (left), classrooms and laboratories (right)