Public/Institutional; PI, Special Purpose Zoning District
The AOC proposes to construct an approximately 173,500 gross building sq. ft. courthouse containing 15 courtrooms in the city of Santa Rosa for the Superior Court. The proposed site, located within the Sonoma County Administration Center campus is currently owned by the county, but is within the city of Santa Rosa's jurisdiction. The proposed project will construct a six-story, 173,500 building gross sq. ft. courthouse facility surrounded by landscaping and parking. A 20-foot high enclosed penthouse would be constructed on top of the building to conceal the mechanical equipment. The design will be consistent with other facilities recently constructed by the AOC, and will include location-specific considerations. The new courthouse will include 15 courtrooms, space for court administration, the court clerk, court security operations and holding, a juror assembly room, and building support space. The basement level will include secure parking for 20 vehicles, a sally port along with a connection point for a possible future tunnel connecting the MADF, building storage, and in-custody holding. Parking for courthouse business will be provided in parking lots within the Administration Center campus, including existing parking lots north of the courthouse location and across Ventura Drive, as well as a new lot where the existing Fleet Services Building is located. The AOC plans to acquire the proposed courthouse site from the County in 2011. Construction of the proposed project would begin in 2013, and would be completed by 2015. Building occupancy, including the consolidation of court facilities and operations, is expected to be complete by mid to late 2015.
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