The current Clive population of 16,200 residents is expected to grow 44 percent to its maximum population of 23,000 residents by 2030.
Due to this expected growth, the City Council directed City staff to evaluate citywide space needs. The facility and space needs study identified the current facilities are undersized to meet the escalating population. These limitations applied to police, fire, library, and city administration.
|Public Library||Public Safety|
The City of Clive has been working to address facility challenges since 2008, when the city proposed a new library on land just south of the Clive Aquatic Center — the proposal failed during a bond referendum in July 2008.
Since then, the City Council has been discussing next steps to address the city’s increasing facility challenges as the city continues to experience population growth. The focus is on developing city facilities needed to provide city services for the projected maximum population. If you have any comments or concerns regarding the City's facility needs please share those comments here and/or sign-up for the Clive Development E-Newsletter to receive regular updates.
Timeline of Recent Actions Taken by City Regarding Facilities
- October 2011 - City Council direct staff to evaluate citywide space needs
- March 2012 - Shive-Hattery completes citywide space needs assessment
- August 2012 - During strategic planning retreat, City Council directs staff to incorporate City facilities strategy into Town Center project
- November 2012 - City approves current facilities strategy (see below)
- March 2013 - City contracts with Shive-Hattery for Government Center Pre-Design Plan
- October 2013 - City Council approves Government Center Pre-Design Plan
- June 2014 - Government Center Center Pre-Design Plan included as appendix in Town Center Concept Plan
- June 2014 - Town Hall Meeting Presentations held to discuss city facility needs
- August 2014 - Upon review of proposals from private development firms, City Council concludes that the Town Center project is not financially viable at this time and decides to explore new solutions to best meet the needs of residents.
- November 2014 - City Council updates City Facilities Strategy and authorizes the release of a Request For Proposals (RFP) for a Public Safety Facilities Study.
- January 2015 - City Council approves contract for professional services with Shive-Hattery for the Public Safety Facilities Study.
- Phase 1 - Planning Stage
- Construction of a 20,000 sq. ft. Police Station, general maintenance upgrades and improvements to City Hall/Library and Parks Maintenance Facility
- Phase 2 - Planning Stage
- Remodeling of Dymond Public Safety Center to primarily Fire only use, with possible community space in the lower level
- Phase 3 - Future
- Remodel and expansion of City Hall/Library, pending review of library services/mission
Summary of Space Needs Identified by Department
||Existing Space (Sq Ft)
|| Projected Space Needs
|Parks & Recreation||12,912||16,017||
|City Clerk's Office
|City Administration/City Council/Lobby