Building Our 2nd Century/City Facilities Bond
Oakland Park is implementing a ten-year Facilities Plan to construct and renovate several facilities aimed at Building Our 2nd Century. Sixty-seven percent of voters approved a $40 million bond in 2018, which will be used to construct many of the buildings in the Facilities Plan, including City Park, the North Andrews Gardens Community Center, Fire Station 9 and Fire Station 20.
Other buildings to be renovated as part of the Facilities Plan include Park Place at Jaco Pastorius Park, Fire Station 87, and the City’s Municipal Building. Learn more about the bond projects and facilities plan below.
Project Lifecycle: Planning - Budget - Design - Permitting - Construction - Completion
|City Park, Phase 1||3900 NE 3 Avenue||In construction|
|Fire Station 87, Phase 1||2100 NW 39 Street||In permitting|
|Fire Station 87, Phase 2||2100 NW 39 Street||In planning|
|Fire Station 9||3881 NE 6 Ave.||In design|
|Fire Station 20||880 W. Prospect Road||In design|
|North Andrews Gardens||250 NE 56 Court||In design|
|City Park, Phase 2||3900 NE 3 Avenue||In design|
To view the renderings for the new buildings and learn more about the City’s 10-year redevelopment plan, please see the updates below.
Reports / Studies:
Oakland Park Facilities Master Plan: