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Aerial photo shows progress on new Citrus Heights city hall

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An aerial shot, taken on Jan. 23, 2016, shows progress on the new Citrus Heights city hall project on Fountain Square Drive. Credit: Rod Johnson, Capital Partners Development Co.

An aerial photo released this week shows progress on the new Citrus Heights city hall, currently being constructed on Fountain Square Drive just north of the Post Office.

The image, taken by a drone on Jan. 23 and released by developer Rod Johnson of Capital Partners Development Company, shows the general shape of the new building’s curved design, roof in place, and outline of parking areas. Johnson said the project is “on track” and “on budget” for completion later this year.

[Related: Drawing shows what new city hall will look like when complete]

The new hall will feature a 35,000-square-foot design and an adjacent 4,000-square-foot utility yard, all located on a 10.9-acre parcel about a block away from the old city hall property.

As previously reported on The Sentinel, construction of the new $22 million city hall is expected to be completed by September of this year, according to Project Manager Tyler Gahagan, with Ascent Builders.

For additional context on the city hall project and related medical office building project, see story: Citrus Heights city hall ‘on target’ for completion by September”

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