On Tuesday, August. 1, voters approved the funding for a new Justice Center that will house the Police Department and Municipal Court services. The new Gardner Justice Center is needed to replace its aging, dilapidated police department building and will provide the space and accessibility needed for law enforcement to efficiently perform their job duties. This new building will be located near 167th and Moonlight/University.
During the August 8 City Council Meeting, the Governing Body adopted a resolution declaring the intent of the City of Gardner to issue General Obligation Bonds in an amount not to exceed $13.735M for the purpose of financing the new facility. The city will begin the design phase of the project this fall.
Town Hall Meeting Videos (June 28, 2017)
- Judge Robin Lewis Discusses Municipal Court Challenges
- Director Larry Powell Discusses ADA and Building Maintenance Issues
- Director Michael Kramer Discusses Space Needs Study - Building Proposal
- Question & Answer Session
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