The project will make repairs to the building’s exterior to prevent water from coming in and to protect the interior, which has been damaged by leaks in the roof and windows. The project include repairs to gutters and flat roofing, windows, walls, floors, and ceilings. As the funding allows, interior doors, aging heating and ventilation equipment, and lighting will be repaired or replaced.
These repairs are necessary to keep the Community Center safe and comfortable for its many users. The project is funded by Transient Occupancy Tax.
Project Manager - Diane Ramirez, Project Manager
No traffic impact to roadway. Minimal impact to pedestrians depending on area of work.
The project started in 2019 with the replacement of more than 4,500 square feet of vinyl flooring. The work will continue into 2023, and later, and will be scheduled around the center’s operation.
Project to be bid in 2022.