Public Safety Building
The District Police Station plays an equally critical role in responding to the public safety needs of San Francisco residents. This station deploys the men and women working the front line – typically and especially after a major catastrophic event. As first responders, they maintain order during difficult situations and work cooperatively with other first responders, including the Fire Department and the Office of Chief Medical Examiner.
The Public Safety Building will also contain a fire station to serve the growing Mission Bay neighborhood, enhancing its response capability.
Budget and schedule
ESER 2010 funds the design and construction of the Public Safety Building. The total project budget, including development and construction costs, is $243 million. Construction began in October of 2011 and substantial completion was achieved in March 2015, with a move-in expected for April 2015.
Latest Public Safety Building construction photos - May 2014
Public Safety Building construction tour - May 2013
Public Safety Building Topping Out Ceremony - April 18, 2013
SF Arts Commission Civic Design Phase 3 Presentation - May 21, 2012
Public Safety Building September 7, 2011 SFPD Commission Presentation
Public Safety Building Groundbreaking Ceremony – September 8, 2011
Contractor Townhall Presentation - June 30, 2011
SF Arts Commission Design Development Phase 2 Presentation - June 20, 2011
SF Arts Commission Design Development Phase 2 Submittal - June 10, 2011
SF Arts Commission Civic Design Phase 1 Presentation - January 10, 2011
Relocation from Hall of Justice to Mission Bay
Exterior View from Third Street