Animal Shelter Improvement Bonds
As part of the 2018 Bond Program, the City of Springdale will redesign and relocate the animal shelter, which is currently located at 321 W. Randall Wobbe Ln.
Public Input Meeting Presentation
The City of Springdale held a public input meeting on May 10, 2018 in the City Council Chambers. The input meeting included a formal presentation of the proposed animal shelter layout and preliminary site plans for two possible locations. If you would like to see the presentation, please check out the video on this page. The presentation was given by Brad Place from SCM Architects and Mike Barnard from Shelter Planners of America.
|Site Chosen for Animal Shelter||On Aug. 14, 2018, the City Council voted to move forward with the purchase of approx. 10 acres of property located at 3601 Don Tyson Parkway for the placement of the new animal shelter location.|
|Don Tyson Parkway forwarded to Council||At the August 6, 2018 City Council Committee meeting, the Council forwarded the newest site on Don Tyson Parkway to be voted on at the next City Council Meeting on August 14, 2018.|
|New site brought forward||The City Council voted to remove the location of J.B. Hunt park as a potential site location. A new site located on West Huntsville avenue was brought forward.|
|Public input meeting held||A public input meeting was held on May 10, 2018. Additionally, residents had the opportunity to submit feedback for consideration from May 3-May 24, 2018.|
|Hired construction manager||Nabholz Construction was hired to be the construction manager for the new shelter by resolution approved by City Council on Feb. 27, 2018.|
|Hired shelter designers||SCM Architects were hired to design the new animal shelter by resolution approved by City Council on Aug. 8, 2017.|
|Service||Contractor||Contract was authorized by resolution on:|
|Construction Manager||Nabholz Construction||Feb. 27, 2018|
|Architect||SCM Architects||Aug. 8, 2017|
A public input meeting was held on May 10, 2018. Additionally, residents had the opportunity to submit feedback for consideration from May 3-May 24, 2018.
City staff and City Council are currently reviewing resident feedback.
At the June 4 City Council Committee meeting, the Council and City staff answered questions from residents regarding the potential location of the shelter.
At the June 12 City Council meeting, the Council voted to remove J. B. Hunt Park as a potential site. A new site was brought forward on Huntsville Avenue, West of Central Junior High. The Council voted to table the decision until the new site can be evaluated.
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Proposed designs and site plans
Below are the current proposed layout and site plan for the new animal shelter.
Please note that the proposed site plan and design are not yet final and are subject to change.