The Air Force this week officially turned over properties on the former McClellan base to three separate Sacramento entities.
The properties had been leased to the Los Rios Community College District, Twin Rivers Unified School District and the Aerospace Museum of California. The transfer this week deeds the property to the groups.
Los Rios operates the Sacramento Regional Public Safety Training Center, a part of American River College, on a 3.9-acre site in the former Building 8, an Air Force classroom built in 1981.
Twin Rivers was deeded a 1.7-acre site, the home of Keema High School and other programs. The site formerly housed the Air Force's Global Communications Headquarters.
The Aerospace Museum was given full title to a 6.5-acre parcel at the corner of Freedom Park Drive and Luce Drive, where the museum has operated.
"The schools and museum are an important part of McClellan's successful transformation from a military base to a thriving corporate campus," said Phil Mook, a senior representative with the Air Force Civil Engineer Center, which oversees environmental cleanup and property transfer.
Since the base closed, the Air Force has transferred about 1,700 acres of the 3,000-acre former military base to the local community for redevelopment, according to a press release.
The base closure commission recommended the base close in 1995. The rest of the base, primarily airfields, is expected to transfer in 2014.