The West Hills College Coalinga Firebaugh Center thanks the residents of our communities for passing Measure K. This measure is a bond that will provide the Firebaugh Center with the necessary funds to upgrade and enhance the education and safety experience of our students, staff and visitors to the center.

“We are incredibly grateful to the community for their support in passing Measure K,” said Dr. Carla Tweed, President of West Hills College Coalinga. “These upgrades will provide students with state-of-the-art technology and resources, ensuring that they are equipped with the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in today’s workforce.”

“This is a great day for the college and the community,” said Dr. Kristin Clark, West Hills Community College Chancellor. “The upgrades made possible by Measure K will benefit our residents for years to come and help provide them with the skills necessary to compete in today’s economy.”

As the dean of the West Hills College Coalinga Firebaugh Center, I invite the public to visit the center and see the excitement Measure-K brings. Our initial focus will be on security, technology and energy efficiency.

I would be happy to walk visitors around the center, discuss upcoming projects with them and gather their feedback.

For more information about the center and different activities, please contact the West Hills College Coalinga Firebaugh Center at (559) 934-2980.

For more information about Measure K, visit our website at

Bethany Azevedo-Matos

Dean, WHCC-Firebaugh Center