Work is underway to ensure the new City Hall facility is a source of pride for the community and meets the needs of all employees, residents, businesses and visitors involved with municipal services and operations.
The current City Hall is nearly 40 years old, and lacks the resources, safety infrastructure and proper space for employees to efficiently provide services to the community or host the multitude of public engagement opportunities the city offers.
The new building will sit at the corner of Community Center Drive and Memorial Parkway, right next to where City Hall now sits. Architects Anderson Mason Dale (AMD) have already reached out to the public, City Council and staff for feedback on the vision and needs of the building. Right now, AMD is using all the input for the schematic design process. Once plans solidify, there will be more opportunities to give feedback.
The cost for the new City Hall is estimated at $28.6 million – and the city already has the money to pay for it. No new taxes will be necessary. The funds were generated by the ½% sales tax and the 4% Special Marijuana Tax, both of which can only be used for capital projects.
Construction on the new building is scheduled to start in the first half of 2023, with the opening tentatively set for the first half of 2024.
For more information and updates, go to www.northglenn.org/newcityhall.