Public Safety Center

Planning and design of Beaverton’s new Public Safety Center is underway. The city, along with a project team including representatives from Shiels Obletz Johnsen, FFA Architecture & Interiors, and Skanska Construction, are working on programming, design and coordination of our new earthquake resistant police and emergency management building. 

Proposed rendering of Public Safety Center at dusk as viewed from Hall Blvd.Public Safety Center design rendering, entry view near the corner of Allen Blvd. and Hall Blvd.

What to expect this year

Design Phase Completed:August 2018
Bid / Permit Phase:
August - November 2018
Demolition / Early Site Work:Summer 2018
Construction Start:December 2018 - early 2019

Location

The Public Safety Center will be built at the existing site of the Beaverton Activities Center, which is city-owned property near the corner of SW Hall Blvd and SW Allen Blvd. 

Funding

The Public Safety Center is funded by a voter-approved bond measure that will not increase residents’ bond tax rate because it replaces retiring Beaverton City Library construction bonds. The rate is about 20 cents per $1,000 of assessed value. Property owners will continue to pay about $4.20 per month for property with an assessed value of $250,000. 

Project Milestones

Feb. 2018
Community Open House for site and building design
Nov. 2017
Public Hearing Notice for Brownfields Cleanup Plan to apply for EPA grants
Sept. 2017
Contract approved with Skanska USA Building, Inc. for pre-construction manage/general contractor services.
Aug. 2017
Contract approved with FFA Architecture & Interiors for architectural services.
Jul. 2017
Update provided to city Council regarding Beaverton Activities Center tenants.
Apr. 2017
Contract approved with Shiels Obletz Johnsen, Inc. (Portland, OR) for owner's representative services
Jan. 2017
Resolution passes authorizing the issuance, sale, execution and delivery of $35 million in general obligation bonds for the construction and equipping of the building.
Dec. 2016
Appointment of Orrick, Herrighton & Suttcliffe, LLP (Portland, OR) as Bond Counsel and PFM Financial Advisory, LLC (Seattle, WA) to provide financial advisory services for general obligation bonds.
Nov. 2016
Beaverton voters approve $35 million public safety center bond measure.
Jun. 2016
Resolution passes referring bond measure to Beaverton voters.

Proposed rendering of Public Safety Center at dusk as viewed from Allen Blvd.The Public Safety Center is expected to be completed in summer 2020.