Mayor Breaks Ground on New Public Safety Building

Mayor Breaks Ground on New Public Safety Building Mayor Lee Breaks Ground on New Public Safety Building and Outlines Decade of Infrastructure Improvements New Bond Funded Facility Ensures the City is Prepared to Respond to Emergencies.

Mayor Edwin M. Lee today broke ground on the new San Francisco Public Safety Building located on 3rd Street at Mission Rock in the Mission Bay Redevelopment Area. The state of the art building will house the San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) Police Command Center, the Southern District Police Station and a neighborhood San Francisco Fire Department (SFFD) Fire Station.

“The timing of the start of this construction has special significance for us as we approach the tenth anniversary of the tragedy of 9/11,” said Mayor Lee. “We are reminded of our commitment to preparedness and have demonstrated that we will be ready in the event of a large scale emergency.” Read more.

Posted on September 8, 2011 | The comments to this entry are closed.