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File #: 18-123    Name:
Type: Staff Report Status: Agenda Ready - Administrative Business
File created: 2/8/2018 In control: Special City Council
On agenda: 6/13/2018 Final action: 6/13/2019
Title: Study session regarding Community Civic Campus project site plan recommendation and schematic design scope. (Marian Lee, Assistant City Manager and Smith Group JJR, Master Architect)
Attachments: 1. PP Schematic Design Decision
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Study session regarding Community Civic Campus project site plan recommendation and schematic design scope. (Marian Lee, Assistant City Manager and Smith Group JJR, Master Architect)

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RECOMMENDATION
Recommendation
It is recommended that the City Council receive a presentation on the Community Civic Campus project site plan recommendation and schematic design scope. Receiving direction at this juncture of the project is important to meet the project schedule and contain project costs.

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BACKGROUND/DISCUSSION
The Community Civic Campus project proposes to build a new Police, Fire and Library and Parks & Recreation facilities. The project will be built at the northeast corner of El Camino Real and Chestnut Avenue and southeast corner of Arroyo Drive and Camaritas Avenue. Our current facilities are seismically unsafe and/or undersized/underequipped to meet the growing needs of our community and new facilities are needed.

Since January 2018, with the selection of the project Master Architect (Smith Group JJR), the project team has been focused on validating the building programs for Police, Fire and Library and Park & Recreation. The team has also been developing a multi-modal access plan for the site and design ideas based on the City Council preferred site concept plan identified last year. For the Police and Fire stations, the specialty public safety subconsultants have been meeting with the Police and Fire staff to validate the public safety building functions and spaces in the buildings. For the Library and Park & Recreation facility, in additional to staff meetings, there have been many public meetings to inform the community about what we have accomplished to date and seek their input about user interface preferences.

In April 2018, at the City Council Study Session, staff provided an update on the public outreach efforts associated with this phase of the project, the multi-modal access plan, and site plan options. The outreach validate...

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