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File #: CONS 19-069   
Section: Consent Status: Agenda Ready
Meeting Body: City Council
Agenda Date: 2/5/2019 Final action:
Subject: South Hayward Youth and Family Center - Authorization to Negotiate and Execute 1) an Agreement with Alameda County to Accept $500,000, and 2) a Professional Services Agreement with RossDrulisCusenbery, Inc. (RDC) for Building Program and Design Services
Attachments: 1. Attachment I Staff Report, 2. Attachment II Resolution Alameda County, 3. Attachment III Resolution RDC, 4. Attachment IV Phase I and II Descriptions, 5. Attachment V RDC Proposal, 6. Attachment VI RDC Cost
DATE: February 5, 2019

TO: Mayor and City Council

FROM: Fire Chief

SUBJECT

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South Hayward Youth and Family Center - Authorization to Negotiate and Execute 1) an Agreement with Alameda County to Accept $500,000, and 2) a Professional Services Agreement with RossDrulisCusenbery, Inc. (RDC) for Building Program and Design Services

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RECOMMENDATION
Recommendation

That Council adopts the attached resolutions authorizing the City Manager to:

1. Negotiate and execute an agreement with Alameda County to accept and appropriate $500,000 for phase I and II design expenses for the South Hayward Youth and Family Center (SHYFC) project, and

2. Negotiate and execute a professional services agreement with RossDrulisCusenbery, Inc. (RDC) for SHYFC community analysis, building program, and design services, not to exceed $500,000.

SUMMARY

Since 2013, the City of Hayward, Alameda County (County), and the Hayward Area Recreation and Parks District (HARD) have worked towards a shared vision of constructing and operating a new center at the corner of Tennyson and Ruus Roads called the South Hayward Youth and Family Center (SHYFC). In 2015, the City, County, and HARD formed the SHYFC Governance Group to provide project guidance, with the City of Hayward leading the coordination of the project with the various partners. To date, the Governance Group has identified a portion of the funding, selected a non-profit operator, and released a Request for Proposals (RFP) for the design phase of the project.

The project site is on City-owned property and located at 680 West Tennyson Road. The total project cost is estimated at $24 million. The County has secured $14 million in grants and County funding, leaving a $10 million gap. The SHYFC Governance Group recommended creating a phased design to allow for construction of phase 1, while other funds are identified and secured. Consequently, a request for proposals for design was ...

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