A few Manassas facilities are receiving some tender loving care this year.
Community members learned about several capital improvement projects at a town hall meeting on Wednesday.
The meeting was held at The Martin K. Alloy Boys & Girls Club of Manassas.
Police Headquarters, City Hall and the Osbourn High School are a few buildings that are receiving updates, according to the city’s fiscal 2018 five-year plan.
Work has begun at Manassas City Hall, where the plaza has been updated and the parking lot was resurfaced.
This year, the building is receiving a new roof and generator. Designs for the renovation of the first and second floors will also be completed.
The project is slated to be complete by June 30, 2019.
Police Headquarters’ updates are nearly complete. So far, the parking lot has been repaved and storage for evidence has been added.
Roof and officer work station replacement continues.
Osbourn High School is receiving a few updates, as well.
Rooftop air handlers located on the roof of the school’s 1984 addition are being replaced. So are the school’s gym bleachers.
The school’s parking lot will also be replaced.
Work at Osbourn High School and Police Headquarters are expected to be complete by the end of June.
Many other city projects have begun or are set to begin in the coming years.
Here are a few of the projects and their expected completion dates:
- Manassas Regional Airport Runway Upgrade — July 31, 2019
- Fire/Rescue Station 21 — June 30, 2020
- Public Works & Utilities Facility Improvements — June 30, 2020
- Manassas Museum/Library Expansion — June 30, 2021
- Public Safety Facility — June 30, 2021
- Manassas Regional Airport Terminal Parking Lot Expansion — November 30, 2022
- Dean Park Development — June 30, 2022