CDCR Roof Replacement Needs

1California State Prison, Solano$30,576,000
1High Desert State Prison$39,120,000
2California Correctional Center$17,856,000
2California State Prison, Sacramento$39,648,000
2Pelican Bay State Prison$36,528,000
3Avenal State Prison$22,224,000
3Valley State Prison$25,536,000
3Wasco State Prison$28,896,000
4California Medical Facility$13,680,000
4R.J. Donovan Correctional Facility$35,856,000
4N.A. Chaderjian Youth Correctional Facility$13,104,000
5California State Prison, Los Angeles County$31,344,000
5Mule Creek State Prison$22,128,000
5North Kern State Prison$31,920,000
6California Institution for Men$26,764,000
6Centinela State Prison$26,736,000
6Folsom State Prison$19,057,000
7Correctional Training Facility$38,232,000
7Deuel Vocational Institution$22,597,000
7Sierra Conservation Center$13,344,000
   Total:     $535,146,000

Current Funded Roof Replacements:

  • California State Prison, Corcoran
  • California Correctional Institution (partial)
  • Calipatria State Prison 
  • Central California Women’s Facility
  • Ironwood State Prison
  • Substance Abuse Treatment Facility
  • Salinas Valley State Prison
  • Pleasant Valley State Prison

Roof replacements at the following institutions will be addressed through the annual Special Repair Program as needed:

  • California Correctional Institution
  • California Health Care Facility
  • California Institution for Women
  • California Men’s Colony
  • California Rehabilitation Center
  • Chuckawalla Valley State Prison
  • Folsom Women’s Facility
  • Kern Valley State Prison
  • Northern California Youth Correctional Center
  • H. Close Youth Correctional Facility
  • San Quentin State Prison 

*All costs are based on 2020-21 cost estimates. The costs for Phases 2-7 do not include escalation because the date each phase would receive funding is undetermined. (8/30/18)