Public Safety Building Information (Archive)

Article on Endorsement by the Utah Taxpayers Association

Voter Information Pamphlet

Download the Safety Building Informational Brochure here

Arguments and Rebuttals for and against the Public Safety General Obligation Bond

Public Safety Building Detailed Programming (Square Footage Needs, Excel Document)

City Council Report 7-15-14 (Includes cost comparison between Pipe Plant and Downtown Sites)

September 16, 2014 - City Council Meeting

 

Public Safety Power Point Presentation August 7th Meeting

Download the Power Point here

 

Included in the findings presentation will be:

  • Need for the new facility
  • Benefit to the Community
  • Outside Drawings & Floor Plan
  • Recommended Location (City Owned Property)
  • Size Cost of Building
  • Size Cost Comparison to similar facility (Springville)
  • Monthly cost to individual homeowner

Pleasant Grove City hired a consultant (MOCA Systems) to gather feedback from the public regarding a proposed public safety facility for police, fire and courts. Committees were created and neighborhood meetings held to gather your feedback. Over the past 4 months, 850 hours were dedicated to taking input, listening to concerns, ideas, suggestions and answering questions at the following meetings:

  • 12 Neighborhood Meetings
  • 10 Steering Committee Meetings
  • 6 Blue Ribbon Committee Meetings
  • 5 Citizen Committee Meetings
  • 1 Pleasant Grove Employees Meeting

You spoke. We listened. We invite you to come and review the findings taken from your feedback for a proposed public safety facility.

August 7 - Session

 

What is the cost per month per household in property tax to fund the bond?

The table below shows how much you will pay per month depending on the assessed value of your home. For example, if the assessed value of your home is $200,000 then your monthly cost will be $6.65 per month. The table also shows how much the bond would affect commercial properties.

Public Safety Building Tax Impact
Primary Residential Properties Commercial Properties
Assessed Value Monthly Impact Assessed Value Monthly Impact
$ 100,000 $ 3.32 $ 200,000 $ 12.08
$ 150,000 $ 4.98 $ 400,000 $ 24.16
$ 200,000 $ 6.65 $ 600,000 $ 36.24
$ 250,000 $ 8.31 $ 800,000 $ 48.32
$ 300,000 $ 9.97 $ 1,000,000 $ 60.40
$ 350,000 $ 11.63 $ 1,200,000 $ 72.48

MOCA Systems- Pleasant Grove City’s Consultant

Pleasant Grove City hired MOCA Systems as our consultant. They specialize in Programming, Design and Construction Management. Their responsibility was to gather all the feedback from various neighborhood and committee meetings and put together their findings. The findings are to include the need of the facility, site recommendation, size and cost of facility, a site plan, elevations and floor plans. For more information on MOCA Systems you can go to their website at: http://www.mocasystems.com/

Additional Resources and Videos

 

These videos are no longer avaliable:

 

April 24, 2014 - Kick Off Meeting
May 8, 2014 - Neighborhood Meeting Session 1
May 8, 2014 - Neighborhood Meeting Session 2
June 4, 2014 - Neighborhood Meeting Session 1
June 4, 2014 - Neighborhood Meeting Session 2
July 17, 2014 - Neighborhood Meeting Session 1
July 17, 2014 - Neighborhood Meeting Session 2

Fire Building Concerns Videos and Fire Truck Video
Police Building Concerns Videos
Committee Members

Comment Card

In regards to the Pleasant Grove Police, Fire & Courts Buildings, do you have enough information to make an informed decision if this issue were to be put on the ballot in November?
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