Final Touches to New Muni Building Continued Saturday

Final touches to the exterior of the new Los Alamos County Municipal Complex was underway Saturday on Central Avenue in preparation for the upcoming phased move-in by departments spread throughout the downtown area. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com

New landscaping spruces up the areas surrounding the new Muni Building. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com

Staff report

New County Municipal Complex Move In Schedule:

April 8-26: Move County Servers, Records and Historic Archives (boxes only, not staff) then Information Management staff – Servers and boxes are being moved this week and over the next two weeks; IM staff moves their offices late next week.

May 1 Capital Projects Department

May 2 Media Services (Print Shop)

May 3-6 Public Works Department

May 7 Human Resources Division

May 8 Office of Management & Budget

May 9 Community Services Department

May 13 County Attorney

May 14 County Assessor

May 15 County Clerk

May 16 Community & Economic Development

May 20 Dept. of Public Utilities Administration (170 Central Pk Sq)

May 21 County Administrator’s Office

May 22 Dept. of Public Utilities (150 Central Pk Sq, but not 311)

May 23-24  311 Customer Care Center (150 Central Pk Sq)

May 17-22 County Records Office

May 23-27 Historical Society – Archives Office

After all County Staff have moved:

June 5-24 Council Chambers Audio/Video Equipment moves out of Community Bldg

June 25 First Council meeting in new Council Chambers

June 28 Grand Opening and Building Dedication with Public Tours: tours will run 9-11 a.m. with building dedication hosted by Council following tours – watch for more details in May!

June 30 Last day of leases for modulars;

July 31 Last day of leases for rental space.

Furniture and excess items will be addressed during May and June using a contractor for sale or disposal. Contact the Procurement office with questions about the sale/disposal or contract, 505-661-7087.

New landscaping including rocks, bushes and trees decorate the new Muni Building. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com

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