Far West Public Works Facility

Last Updated: 10/20/2020

Updated: October 20, 2020

Project status and phasing updated below, including a link to the master plan presented to the Urban Design Commission.


Far West Public Works Facility

The proposed Far West Public Works Facility will enable agencies to efficiently provide city services to residents of the far west side, which is one of the fastest growing areas of the City. The primary functions of the facility will be to store vehicles and equipment for the Streets, Parks, and serve as a base of operations for Streets and Parks crews and administration staff. Fleet Services will also have a presence onsite, providing maintenance and minor repairs of City vehicles. Other functions external to the building are planned to include a waste drop-off site, fueling station, material storage, and publicly accessible walking paths.

The City has completed the Phase 1, and presented the master plan to the Urban Design Commission at the July 1, 2020 meeting.

Phase 2A is in design, and consists of a fueling depot and truck scale.

Phase 2B will include the vehicle storage and administration building, waste drop-off site, and salt storage building.


City User Agencies: Streets; Parks; Fleet Services

Design and Planning:
Phase 2A: 2020
Phase 2B: 2026

1st Advertisement of Phase 2A Bid: TBD
Phase 2A Bid Due: Thursday, TBD

Construction Start:
Phase 2A: 2021
Phase 2B: 2027

Expected Completion: 2028

LEED Goals: TBD


Far West Public Works Facility in the News:

No public meetings are planned at this time.


Project History:

July 1, 2020 File #60900

402 South Point Road - Public Project, Master Plan for a New Far West Public Works Facility Campus. 9th Ald. Dist.

September 17, 2019 File #57323
A resolution authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into a competitively-selected, two-phased Architectural Design services contract of more than 5 years with Engberg Anderson Inc.