City Civic Center Feasibility Study The City has engaged consultants to do an in-depth and broad spectrum analysis on the cost and process of building an updated and refreshed City Civic Center.
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La Mesa Civic Center Feasibility Study
Fire Station 11 & Fire Administration Building
Projects in the La Mesa Civic Center have been proceeding well. The first project undertaken was the design and construction of the Fire Station 11 and Fire Administration building that opened in August 2006. The new facility includes an Emergency Operations Center (EOC) that is equipped to serve as a community command center for the city if there were a major disaster or event.
La Mesa Library & Post Office
The second major Proposition D project, a new Police facility was completed in 2010. Because the station was being built on the former La Mesa library site, the city first constructed a building to house the library. The city and the United States Postal Service collaborated to also include retail space for the La Mesa post office. The new building is approximately 18,000 sq. ft. and opened in Spring 2008.
The new Police facility provides space for current and future law enforcement needs in La Mesa. It includes secure underground parking and two stories for Police operations.
Funding for the two
state-of-the-art public safety facilities was provided by the passage of
Proposition D, the Police, Fire and Emergency Services bond measure,
approved by La Mesa voters in March 2004. The measure also created the
Independent Citizens Bond Oversight Committee (ICBOC) who has insured
that the bond proceeds are expended in compliance with Proposition D.
The library/post office is being funded by bonds issued in August 2006,
which will be repaid from monies owed to the city from the
Redevelopment Agency and a lease with the U.S. Postal Service. No
Proposition D funds will be used to pay for any costs related to this
In addition to the new buildings at the Civic Center, the city has been able to use grant funding for additional street improvements for the sidewalks, street lights, and medians on University Avenue and Allison Avenue.