The City proposes to upgrade and expand the City's administration center (City Hall) to accommodate the existing civic functions within an approximately 9,250-sf City Hall facility, an approximately 3,200-sf Town Hall meeting room that can accommodate up to 150 persons, an approximately 15,000 sf outdoor public plaza, and parking for up to 160 parking spaces. Among the uses proposed within the initial phase of the City Hall development would be the offices, public counters, conference rooms, and restrooms. The Town Hall would accommodate the City Council chambers, community meeting space, and Del Mar TV studio and network offices. Also included in the project is a future expansion of planned City Hall, Town Hall, or plaza or other uses to support public facilities as consistent with the City's Zoning Ordinance. During construction the City operations that currently exist on-site, including the City Hall public functions and City Council and other committee hearings, will be relocated. The options for the temporary relocation will also be analyzed in the EIR.
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