2011-05-03

Oxnard Fire Station No. 8

Like a team of dedicated firefighters, the City of Oxnard and our design team had an important mission: to create an affordable fire station that was not only state-of-the-art, but also improved emergency response time.
Oxnard, CA ( Local)
May 3, 2011

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The City issued a request for proposal for the design-build-finance of the College Park Fire Station No. 8. Proposals were received from 11 teams with Lutzky + HMC group receiving the highest rating. OFSLLC was identified in their proposal as the financing vehicle for the development of the project. The City would enter into a... Read more

The City issued a request for proposal for the design-build-finance of the College Park Fire Station No. 8. Proposals were received from 11 teams with Lutzky + HMC group receiving the highest rating. OFSLLC was identified in their proposal as the financing vehicle for the development of the project. The City would enter into a ground lease with OFS to lease the site to the OFS, a facilities lease to lease the facility from the OFS and an equipment lease to lease the apparatus from the OFS. The design-build-finance structure is allowed under State statutes to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of implementing public projects. While there are additional costs associated with this form of lease financing due to the requirements for separate non-profit owner and issuer participants, the overall cost of the project is expected to be lower than standard bid and change order construction methodology. The estimated additional fees are $56,600 at the time of issuance and $17,700 on an annual basis. Other costs of issuance are higher than a typical City financing; however, total financing costs including interest payments can vary depending on the final structure which will be determined by market conditions when the bonds are priced. At this point it would not be possible to separate the financing from the design-build without putting the entire project at risk.

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James Williams II

Oxnard Fire Chief
May 28, 2013

The Fire Department has worked with the Lutzky + HMC group to design the proposed fire station and to establish a cost for the project. The Fire Department, the Finance Department and the City Attorney's office negotiated the terms of the design-build-finance lease for the proposed station. As part of the lease, OFSLLC will be... Read more

May 28, 2013

The Fire Department has worked with the Lutzky + HMC group to design the proposed fire station and to establish a cost for the project. The Fire Department, the Finance Department and the City Attorney's office negotiated the terms of the design-build-finance lease for the proposed station. As part of the lease, OFSLLC will be established as the Borrower/Owner to secure funding for the fire station project from revenue bonds. OFSLLC will use the loan proceeds to finance the construction of a fire station and associated equipment meeting the requirements of the City, said fire station and associated equipment will be leased to the City pursuant to the Master Lease Agreement. 

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Matthew G. Winegar

Development Services Director
September 24, 2013

The subject site is a vacant 2.5-acre parcel located at 3000 South Rose Avenue, at the southeast comer of Rose Avenue and East Channel Islands Boulevard. This project proposes: a 13,036 square-foot fire station; a 920 square-foot training building; a 15,960 square-foot paved training yard; one fuel island and generator; and... Read more

September 24, 2013

The subject site is a vacant 2.5-acre parcel located at 3000 South Rose Avenue, at the southeast comer of Rose Avenue and East Channel Islands Boulevard. This project proposes: a 13,036 square-foot fire station; a 920 square-foot training building; a 15,960 square-foot paved training yard; one fuel island and generator; and on-site improvements and off-site perimeter improvements. Related discretionary actions include a zone change to Community Reserve (C-R) for three parcels including the project site, and a zone text amendment to permit fire stations in the C-R zone and to permit additional height and reduced setbacks subject to approval of a special use permit. 

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Approve the first reading by title only and subsequent adoption of an ordinance approving a Zone Text Amendment (PZ No. 13-580-04)to City Code Sections 16-257(N)and 16-260to 16-263; The zoning governing the properties located at 3000 to 3450 South Rose Avenue (APN's 224-0-012-255,224-0-012-265,224-0-012-275), is changed from Multiple-Family Residential Planned Development (R-2-PD) to Community Reserve (C-R). 

Adopt a resolution upholding the Planning Commission's approval of Planning & Zoning Permit No. 13-500-01 (Special Use Permit) and condition of approval for Planning & Zoning Permit No. ¨13-310-01 (Lot Line Adjustment), subject to the conditions set forth in Planning Commission Resolution No. 2013-22.

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HMC Civic Portfolio for HMC Architects

October 7, 2015

Oxnard Fire Station No. 8 is a collaboration between the City of Oxnard, developer, architect and contractor. The project team is providing a fully outfitted, operational fire station to the City on a lease-leaseback basis. This 13,956-SF station includes four drive-through apparatus bays, offices, equipment storage, living... Read more

October 7, 2015

Oxnard Fire Station No. 8 is a collaboration between the City of Oxnard, developer, architect and contractor. The project team is providing a fully outfitted, operational fire station to the City on a lease-leaseback basis. This 13,956-SF station includes four drive-through apparatus bays, offices, equipment storage, living quarters, a fitness room and a public lobby. Fire Station No. 8 will allow the Oxnard Fire Department to provide an increased level of fire protection and emergency medical services to the City of Oxnard. The design represents a continuum with the existing fire stations in the city, building upon the rich modernist traditions inherent in these structures.

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