The Sartell Public Safety Center is under construction

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The Sartell Public Safety Center is under construction

This is a still photograph of the potential new safety facility from a rendering on the architects YouTube channel.

This is a still photograph of the potential new safety facility from a rendering on the architects YouTube channel.

HMA Architects

This is a still photograph of the potential new safety facility from a rendering on the architects YouTube channel.

HMA Architects

HMA Architects

This is a still photograph of the potential new safety facility from a rendering on the architects YouTube channel.

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The Sartell City Council has recently been focusing on improving the public safety operations by creating a plan to build a new Public Safety Center.

Due to the lack of space in their current locations, the new project would combine the fire department and police department into one building.

Carlie Hansen
A photo of the Sartell Police Station incorporated in 1940 located on 2nd Street South.

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This photo was taken on April 9th, of the Sartell- Le Sauk Fire Hall.

The Sartell Police Department Chief, Jim Hughes, and Fire Department Chief, Jim Sattler, said the lack of facility spaces has impacted their ability to train, provide personnel space for employees, and it affects efficiency in regards to emergency responses.

The estimated cost of the new Public Safety Center is up to $15 million. Click here to see the bid tabulations.

The new location of the Public Safety Center is on Pinecone Road just north of Heritage Drive. 

Carlie Hansen
A picture of where the new Saftey Center will be located.

The capital improvement plan also includes two other projects — expanding and upgrading the public works facility and upgrading City Hall for an estimated $2.5 million.

The total capital spending the council approved is not to exceed $17.5 million. The bulk of construction will begin in 2019 and finish in 2020.

Click here to find more info.

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