City Hall Relocation

Current Status

: The architectural firm of Zyscovich, Inc., was awarded the work to develop the design criteria package by the City Commission at their July 18 meeting. The design kick-off meeting was held on July 25, at which time Zyscovich staff began the process of developing user requirements for the space planning effort. The total building specification period is expected to take six months, which will be followed by the design-build contractor procurement process. Construction should begin by September 2018

The City Hall Relocation Project will cost an estimated $9,000,000 coming from the general bond funds. The existing Ocoee City Hall is undergoing structural stress as a result of its location near Starke Lake. In addition, City Hall staff is spread across two buildings, which reduces operational efficiency. The City Hall will be moved to city-owned property at the northeast corner of Bluford Avenue and McKey Street to serve as a bridge from the private commercial and residential spaces of the downtown area and the enhanced public spaces of the Lakeshore Center. This single structure will house all of the City Hall staff and provide ground floor spaces for retail and food services.

General Fund Capital Bond Construction Schedule


Using the "design-build" method with bridging the design criteria package will include detailed drawings from the design-build firm to decide most structural elements. Some land acquisition will be required.
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