In their upcoming March 8 council meeting, the Reno City Council has two items on the agenda concerning demolishing the old police station on 2nd Street, presumably as soon as they move into their new safety center, and then funding the design of a fire station to go in its place. Yay that's exciting! According to city documents, the fire station would be completed by 2027. The funding plan for an estimated $50 million would extend through mid 2024, along with design finalization, and also when the Moana Pool is to be completed.
According to the timeline, construction could start mid 2025, and be complete by 2027.
Staff Report (For Possible Action): Presentation, discussion and potential direction to staff on the demolition of the Reno Police Headquarters located at 455 E. Second Street and building of a new Reno Fire Department Central Station facility and approval of Consultant Agreement with Dowl, LLC for the site civil schematic design and demolition administration for the Reno Fire Department Central Station project in an amount not to exceed $419,029. (Capital Projects Fund) [Ward 3]
Staff Report (For Possible Action): Approval of Consultant Agreement with TSK Architects for the architectural schematic design for the Reno Fire Department Central Station project located at 455 E. Second Street in an amount not to exceed $404,300. (Capital Projects Fund) [Ward 3]