City Hall Needs Assessment

The PVE Foundation has been encouraged by the growing number of residents who have become a part of our mission by submitting generous donations and creative project ideas. Multiple residents have approached the Foundation regarding the deferred maintenance and safety concerns of the City Hall complex and have provided various suggestions for this location.

Through generous donations and productive conversations, a project scope has been defined. This scope has been reviewed by the PVE Foundation Leadership team and discussed with the City Staff for feasibility.

We are pleased to announce that the PVE Foundation has approved a Grant to perform an analysis of our current City Hall and surrounding area as a first step in determining the needs for improvements, repairs and upgrades to the complex.

A letter was provided to the Mayor, City Council and City Manager on 7/13/21. It was also read during public comments at the 7/13/21 City Council Meeting.

Once this study is completed, we will be requesting that the City Council have an open Community meeting to receive the results and determine next steps.

Recent Project Updates

  • Work with the City has been delayed in order to allow the new City Manager and new Public Works Director to be hired and get acclimated to City and address City priorities.
  • Preliminary analysis by vendor is ready to present to City.
  • Foundation had worked with Mayor to calendar a charette in August 2022 to discuss the project. The charette was delayed due to other City Council projects and determination to wait post-election in order work with the newly-elected council in our continued spirit of collaboration and cooperation.
  • Response to Resident Allegations Regarding the City Hall Needs Assessment

Palos Verdes Estates Foundation
PO Box 955
Palos Verdes Estates, CA  90274
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