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City of Bellaire Police + Municipal Courts Building Exterior
City of Bellaire Police + Municipal Courts Building Exterior
City of Bellaire Police + Municipal Courts Building Exterior
City of Bellaire Police + Municipal Courts Building Lobby
City of Bellaire Police + Municipal Courts Building Lobby
City of Bellaire Police + Municipal Courts Building Classroom
City of Bellaire Police + Municipal Courts Building Training/Simulation Room
City of Bellaire Police + Municipal Courts Building Dispatch
City of Bellaire Police + Municipal Courts Building Courtroom Interior
City of Bellaire Police + Municipal Courts Building Jail
City of Bellaire Police + Municipal Courts Building Exterior Sally Port Entry
 

City of Bellaire Police + Municipal Courts

The new facility will add flexible, sustainable, and highly functional space for the City while preserving and augmenting the existing Bellaire Town Square Park.

Designed for LEED Certification, the 2-story, 30,800-square-foot Police and Municipal Courts Building includes a robust program of spaces. Court space includes a court room, jury room, court clerk support spaces, break room, records, and staff offices. The Police Department includes jail and holding facilities, training and simulation room, sally port, CID and report writing, locker rooms, weight room, and dispatch.

The state-of-the-art facility was designed with space and flexibility to expand and incorporates evolving technologies and future innovation over the building’s long-term lifespan. The hardened facility was also designed to reinforce the public safety presence of the City from the main thoroughfare, while its location maximizes exposure to the adjacent “great lawn.”

Features Include:

  1. Diverse program including associated court and police spaces
  2. Green design featuring access to adjacent Great Lawn
  3. Flexible space for expansion and technology evolution
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