Criminal Justice and Administration Building Improvement Bonds

With this bond authorization, we are planning to build a new Criminal Justice Building and renovate the current City Administration Building to develop a Criminal Justice and Civic Complex in Downtown Springdale. 

Building Rendering - Day

The Criminal Justice and Administration buildings will be connected, and the Criminal Justice Building will house the Police Department, Information Systems, Criminal Investigation Division, City Attorney’s Office, and District Court. The Criminal Justice Building will not have a jail. The Administration Building will house current departments plus Community Engagement and the Building Department. The new building will make it easier for residents to access City services.

CJC Update May 2020
  1. Updates
  2. Proposed schedule
  3. Contractors
  4. Public Input
Updates Details
Phase 1 Site Work In progress.
Acquisition of property authorized At the Sept. 11, 2018 City Council meeting, the Council authorized the City to acquire .77 acres of property located at 301 E. Huntsville Ave. for the purpose of building a parking lot.
Construction manager hired Milestone Construction Company was hired for construction manager services as authorized by City Council on July 25, 2017.
Architect hired Duvall Decker Architects was hired to design the Criminal Justice and Civic Complex. The contract was authorized by City Council on May 23, 2017.
Design Excellence Grant awarded The City of Springdale received a $3.32 million Design Excellence Grant from the Walton Family Foundation. The acceptance of the grant funds were authorized by City Council on Dec. 13, 2016.


The maximum aggregate principal amount of the Criminal Justice and Administration Building Improvement Bonds is $42,580,000. This includes the cost of selling the bonds. The actual construction fund for the project is $38,401,534.52. This amount is subject to change based on the interest earned on the investment.