Indio was the midpoint of the railroad between Los Angeles and Yuma in 1876 and was necessary as a place to refill locomotive water. By the 1900’s. Indio had become the home of the USDA Date Station doing research on the date palm. Since 1990, the population has more than doubles from 40,000 to over 100,000. To accommodate the ever increasing need for public services, the City envisions a new Public Safety Campus for the Fire Station Headquarters, Police Headquarters, Dispatch Center and Administration building. Under an on-call contract with the City, Geocon prepared a geotechnical investigation based on a plan prepared by Holt Architecture.
City of Indio Public Safety Campus
City of Indio, California
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