Police and Fire Facility Project

Minnetonka’s police and fire facilities are receiving a major upgrade to address the city’s safety and security needs.

The project includes construction of a new fire station on the city campus, and repurposing the existing police and fire facility into a remodeled police station.

Construction began in March 2020 and is expected to last up to two years.


Stay informed


Construction updates

Feb. 24, 2020

  • Fences will be installed this week to secure the site in advance of construction.
  • Construction begins with tree removal Tuesday, March 3 and Wednesday, March 4. Wood from the removed trees will be reclaimed and used in the new facility.
  • Grading will follow tree removal and will last approximately one month.
  • Police department demolition is expected to begin in early April.

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Timeline

  • March 2020: Construction begins with fencing, tree removal and grading
  • April 2020: Police department demolition begins
  • Late 2021/Early 2022: Project complete
  • Stay tuned: Additional details coming soon

Work schedule

  • Monday–Friday, 7 a.m. –7 p.m. (extended hours possible)

Sustainability

The new building will include several features to reduce environmental impact, such as:

  • Use of local materials whenever possible
  • The re-use of wood from removed trees
  • A white roof to improve cooling efficiency
  • Ultra low-flow plumbing fixtures
  • Smart controls and LED fixtures
  • Tree and vegetation planting around new facility

Project contact


Project history

Why improvements are needed
Project approval process
Construction bid process
Project finances