This proposed Community Civic Campus project, will be located at the northeast corner of El Camino Real and Chestnut Avenue at the taxpayers cost of $210M The Police Station is planned for where the Pet Club is today.

This is NOT funded, over budget, and is being scaled back.

City officials are now realizing Colma Creek and BART beneath just might pose design problems. Who is running our City??????

This is today’s outreach regarding the next phase moving forward. This project was to cost $210M using Measure W funds which were NOT voted on for this use! Bait n Switch!!!!

Community Civic Campus Update
City staff and our campus architects are conducting two meetings to review the Police element of the campus project. Please note, the content for both meetings are the same, so you may only want to attend one based on your availability. 

The Design Review Board and Planning Commission will review the Police Facility design in advance of the main campus to support our Phase I target construction schedule of January 2020.  

Next week meetings are:

Design Review Board, Tuesday, April 16th at 4:00 p.m. at the City Hall Annex Conference Room located at 315 Maple Ave.


Planning Commission, Thursday, April 18th at 7:00 p.m. at the City Council Chambers, Municipal Services Building at 33 Arroyo Drive.

Please know that the discussion for next week meetings are limited
to the architecture and landscaping of the Police Facility. The Police Facility is a public safety building and much of the exterior design is guided by the necessary functions of operations of Police.  

Next Steps for the Main Community Civic Campus Project:
Architecture meetings related to the main Community Civic Campus
project, which includes the joint Library and Parks & Recreation building, the Community Theater/City Council Chambers, and the park are
tentatively planned for the month of May

Dates and venues will be announced soon.

The main campus design will include several meetings including the
Parks and Recreation Commission, Library Commission, Planning
Commission and Design Review Board.

These meetings will serve as public meetings for our community
members to weigh in on the exterior design and park design.  

For more information about the project, please visit
www.CommmunityCivicCampus.net

For questions, feel free to contact us at CommunityCivicCampus@ssf.net, or (650) 829-6603.  

REMEMBER – THE MEETINGS ARE REQUIRED CHECKLIST ITEMS –


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