New City Hall Project

  1. Project Information - ENGLISH
  2. Información del Proyecto - ESPAÑOL

Project Overview

The New City Hall Project will replace the existing, over 40-year old, City Hall structure with a modern and innovative City Hall to improve city services. The new City Hall will be located at 1000 Gateway Avenue, just 0.25 mile from the existing City Hall site.

Concept design for new San Pablo City Hall / Diseño conceptual para el nuevo ayuntamiento de San Pab

Image 1: The concept design for the new City Hall.

Wall-tilting for new San Pablo City Hall / Instalación de las paredes para el nuevo ayuntamiento de

Image 2: The wall-tilting for the new City Hall.

Key Project Elements

The project will include the following key elements:

  • A 42,000-square foot, two-story structure with a commercial kitchen, council chambers and community rooms
  • LEED-silver certification
  • Approximately 5,000-square feet of stormwater facilities to improve water quality and reduce flooding
  • 11 electric vehicle charging ports

 Project Schedule

  • Design and Permitting: 2016 – January 2019
  • Construction (estimated): January 2019 – early 2020

 Project Team

  • Project Manager: Charles Ching, Community and Economic Development Director, City of San Pablo
  • Project Design Team: Overaa Construction Co., Inc.
  • Project Construction Manager: David Ross, Senior Project Manager, mack5
  • Project Construction Contractors: Overaa Construction Co., Inc., RMW Architecture & Interiors, Buehler & Buehler Structural Engineers, Glumac, BKF Engineers, and RHAA Landscape Architecture + Planning

Project Contact

If you have any questions regarding the Project, please contact Charles Ching, at (510) 215-3030 or CharlesC@SanPabloCA.gov.

Project Funding

The total estimated cost of New City Hall project is approximately $22 million.

The project has been made possible through the following funding sources:

  • City Funds: ~$22 million
  • MCE (formerly known as Marin Clean Energy):
    • MCEv Program: $38,500
    • Funding from MCEv will be used to purchase and install 11 electric vehicle charging station ports
    • MCE funds rebates to support the electrification of the transportation sector through the installMCE logo / Logo de MCEation EVSE and subsidization of new or used EV purchases, particularly in low-income and disadvantaged communities.
    • MCE’s mission is to address climate change by reducing energy related greenhouse gas emissions through renewable energy supply and energy efficiency at stable and competitive rates for customers while providing local economic and workforce benefits.

For more information about MCE, visit www.mcecleanenergy.org

  • 511 Contra Costa (511CC):
    • 511CC Funding: $6,000
    • Funding from 511CC will be used to purchase and install 2 duel-port electric vehicle charging stations that will be available to the general public.
    • 511CC is funded by the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) and Contra Costa Transportation Authority (CCTA) and is authorized to disburse Transportation Fund for Clean Air (TFCA) grant funds to support transportation control projects that will result in surplus emission reductions.511 Contra Costa Logo / Logo de 511 Contra Costa
    • 511 Contra Costa is a comprehensive Transportation Demand Management (TDM) program whose mission is to promote alternatives to the single-occupant vehicle and reduce carbon emissions. We encourage the utilization of shared modes of transportation, bicycling and walking, and electric vehicle trips.

For more information about 511 Contra Costa, visit www.511contracosta.org