The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department is proposing to build the Western Regional Public Safety Training Center (WRPSTC). The development of the WRPSTC would require the acquisition of the 640-acre project site by the City of Lancaster from the existing private property owners. Conceptual Site Plan, provides the conceptual layout of the proposed WRPSTC. The training center would include twelve different components and may be constructed in two phases. Training Center Components, presents the type of uses proposed within each of the components and project phasing. The anticipated habitable building area would be approximately 385,000 square feet (SF) and non-habitable approximately 220,000 SF (Mock Village at 50,000 SF and Prop Village at 150,000 SF).
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