Medical Office Building & City Hall Project

City Hall Night

Citrus Heights Celebrates Completion of New City Hall

After just over one year of construction, the new Citrus Heights City Hall, located at 6360 Fountain Square Drive, officially opened to the public on August 9, 2016.

On August 25, the Citrus Heights City Council and former City Manager Henry Tingle cut the ceremonial ribbon at the dedication ceremony to celebrate the momentous occasion. Following the ceremony, City staff offered public tours of the state-of-the-art facility.
The City Hall Project was managed by Capital Partners Development Company; designed by Perkins, Williams, and Cotterill Architects; and constructed by Ascent Builders, Inc. The new City Hall consolidates 65 employees, once housed in four separate aging structures, into a single energy-efficient facility with an adjacent utility building.

The new City Hall features a one-stop public counter to provide convenient access to City services. Additional features include a stunning fountain, art displays, meeting spaces, and drought-tolerant landscaping.

About the Project

On March 26, 2015, the City Council approved the Medical Office Building and City Hall Project at a public hearing. At this hearing the City Council took public testimony, discussed the Final Environmental Impact Report (FEIR), design review permit, and other associated actions related to the proposed Medical Office Building and City Hall Project. The City Council unanimously approved all aspects of the project and authorized the City Manager to enter into the proposed ground leases associated with the Medical Office Building and City Hall Project.

In addition to the new City Hall, Dignity Health will construct a new medical office building at the corner of Greenback Lane and Fountain Square Drive as part of this unique project.
To learn more, review the 
Medical Office Building or the City Hall Relocation webpage. For a list of completed documents and reports related to the proposed Medical Office Building and City Hall Project, visit the Project Documents and Reports webpage.

Additional Information

Information regarding meetings and workshops that were held on the project can be found under the Past meeting materials section. Questions and/or comments about this project are welcome by phone at 916-725-2448 or by