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File #: 19-324    Name:
Type: Staff Report Status: Agenda Ready - Administrative Business
File created: 4/3/2019 In control: Planning Commission
On agenda: 4/18/2019 Final action:
Title: Report regarding the Design Review and Waivers and Modifications request for the Community Civic Campus Police Facility schematic design at 1 Chestnut Avenue. (Tony Rozzi, Principal Planner)
Attachments: 1. Att. 1 - Draft Findings of Approval - Police Station, 2. Att. 2 - Performance Standards, 3. Att. 3 - SSF Police Station - Drawings - Planning Application
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Report regarding the Design Review and Waivers and Modifications request for the Community Civic Campus Police Facility schematic design at 1 Chestnut Avenue. (Tony Rozzi, Principal Planner)

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RECOMMENDATION
Recommendation
Staff recommends that the Planning Commission, by motion, accept the Design Review and Waivers and Modifications request recommended by the Chief Planner for zoning standards, and provide schematic design comments for the City Council's consideration, subject to the attached Findings of Approval per Title 20 of the South San Francisco Municipal Code.

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BACKGROUND/DISCUSSION
The Community Civic Campus project (Project) proposes to build new Police, Fire, and Library and Parks and Recreation facilities, potentially on a phased approach due to timing and funding constraints. 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. The current facilities are seismically unsafe and/or undersized/underequipped to meet the growing needs of our community and new facilities are needed. The focus of the Planning Commission's review at this meeting will be the completed schematic design of Police Facility and comments for the City Council's consideration, however, an overview of the entire Project is provided below with Project Plans included as Attachment 3:

Phase One
The new Police Station will be designed to the current Essential Services Code Requirement. It will be functional with efficient spaces to meet the operational needs of the public safety departments. The Police Facility will include a 911 Emergency Center, support police patrol and spaces for administrative records, communications, investigations, property and evidence, classrooms, physical training, and a firing range.

Phase Two
The new main community center will include a welcoming lobby and atrium area for multiple users, a large multipurpose room which will support public mee...

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