Police Facility Study

Last year City Council appropriated funds for the City to complete a space needs assessment to examine alternatives to the Police Department facilities.  These alternatives were to include constructing a new police station on properties to be identified, construct renovations to create a new police station in existing buildings and undertake renovations and/or additions to the existing police facility.  A Request for Proposal (RFP) was issued in July 2013 along with site tours of the existing facility.  Ten submittals were received from interested consultants, and after staff review, the Geddis Architects team was recommended to City Council and awarded in October 2013.

Over the past 10 months City staff have worked with the Geddis Architects team to complete a comprehensive space needs assessment of the Police Department as well as a review of potential locations and alternatives for police facilities.  On this page you will find the final Batavia Police Department Facility Feasibility Study and appendices.

The next Police Facility Task Force meeting will be held on Thursday, February 12, 2015 and Tuesday, March 10, 2015 starting at 6 p.m. located in the Conference Room in the Police Station at 10 West Main Street.

Police Facility Task Force Final Recommendation

September 22, 2014 Presentation to City Council

Police Facility Feasibility Study Report

Final Report Drawings

Appendices

7.1  List of Potential Sites

7.2 10 W. Main St. Building Evolution & Timeline

7.3 Survey Report Batavia Police Station

7.4 Creek Park Phase 1 (Findings only)

7.5 Conceptual Schematic Budget for Police Facility Study

7.5 Conceptual Schematic Budget Report

Task Force Volunteer Application