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New Public Safety Facility & Jail
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Construction of a Public Safety Facility for the police department staff, a jail, a hardened emergency operations and communications center, and Fire Administration offices. The Facility will be approximately 71,600 square feet of finished space with 24,500 square feet for future expansion.

Why It's Needed

According to a prior city commissioned report titled Socioeconomic Characteristics for League City, Texas 2000- 2025, League City's estimated 2025 build-out population will exceed 154,000 people, which estimate was used to calculate the number of police personnel needed for that sized community. The city's Facilities Master Plan recommended construction of a police and courts building and outline expansion requirements for the fire marshal's office. In January 2008, a needs assessment and feasibility study was completed by PBK, and a new Public Safety Building with an EOC was identified as a priority. As of July 2012, the proposed FY2013-17 CIP recommends reducing facility to 71,000 sq ft by removing courts. The updated estimated construction cost of $31.37 million.

Need More:
Looking for financial information or more? You can view the most recent quarterly and monthly status reports with more detail by clicking on the following: Status Reports Quarterly reports will give you where we are at in the budget for the project and monthly reports will give you the latest status updates on active project.

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