City Council Takes First Step Towards Acquiring Office Building for Adaptive Reuse as a New Police Facility

Project Update: April 16, 2024

At the City Council Meeting on Monday, April 15, 2024, the Council approved various actions related to the potential acquisition of the three-story office building located at 1925 Field Court for adaptive reuse as a new police facility.

One of the actions was executing a Purchase and Sale Agreement, which allows the City to continue its due diligence assessment of the property to determine if the building is a viable option for a new police station and provide budget estimates for future planning. Over the next 90 days, the City will conduct its due diligence on the property, including conducting a Whole Building and Site Assessment, a Space Needs Analysis, and a Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessment. The Whole Building and Site Assessment will evaluate the structure of the building, the various mechanical systems, elevators, life safety components, and environmental conditions. The outcome of the Space Needs Analysis will provide the framework for developing plans for buildout of the interior space identifying essential “must have” spaces and facilities, desirable “should haves,” and “nice to haves.”

At the end of the due diligence period in July 2024, the City Council will review findings from these various assessments and will decide whether to proceed with acquiring the property at 1925 Field Court for a new police station.

To learn more about the police department’s current needs and the evaluation process to date, visit the police station webpage.

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