May 2018 – April 2021 – Facilities Committee Master Plan Process
- April 20, 2021 – Proposal to County Board
- May 18, 2021 – Public Hearing for Capital Improvement Plan
- June – December 2021 – Planning/Design, Bond Financing
- 2022-2023 – Facility Construction
County Board Presentation
The Facilities Master Plan steering committee gave the implementation proposal to the County Board of Commissioners on 4/20/21. Click here to view the presentation document. The contents of the presentation are provided in greater detail in the documents below.
The Executive Summary document is a 4-page summary that gives basic information about the project, the financing plan, the Facilities Master Plan process, and the recommendation from the Facilities Committee to the County Board for implementation of the Master Plan.
The Historical Analysis document provides perspective about past County building construction projects, what we learned from them, and how we're using this information to shape the decisions in the 2021 Facilities Construction Project.
Financing Plan Analysis
This document provides more details about the financing plan for funding the project, which includes a combination of spending County reserve funds and issuance of bonded indebtedness. For more information on the financing plan for the project, please contact County Administrator Jake Sieg at (320) 598-7261 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For specific information about the property tax impact for your property, please try our online calculator or contact Auditor-Treasurer Angie Djonne at (320) 598-3648 or email@example.com.
County Master Plan Process
In 2018, Lac qui Parle County hired Wold Architects and Engineers to facilitate a Master Plan process to create a long-term framework for managing the County's building assets. This process included gathering data through employee interviews, site reviews, and documentation reviews, and then completing a full condition and functional assessments of every building. The resulting Master Plan included a proposal for initial implementation which includes the construction of two new buildings, as well as relocating several major County functions.
Due to large file size (350 pages), the final Master Plan document is not available on this website, but can be obtained at the County Administrator's Office in the Courthouse in Madison, or by contacting County Administrator Jake Sieg at firstname.lastname@example.org or (320) 598-7261.
Analysis of Highway Operations Center
This document provides the rationale for replacement of the current Madison Highway Garage, and construction of a new Highway Operations Center (HOC) which will serve as the central headquarters for Lac qui Parle County's Highway Department. The HOC will include offices for the Highway Engineer and the engineering and design staff, accounting and clerical staff, maintenance supervisors, equipment mechanic, and road sign program. The location of this building has not yet been determined. For more information on this part of the project, please contact Highway Engineer Sam Muntean at (320) 598-3878 or email@example.com.
Analysis of Law Enforcement Center
This document provides the rationale for replacement of the current Sheriff's Office and County Jail, and construction of a new Law Enforcement Center (LEC). The LEC will include new offices for the County Sheriff, Deputies' offices, Dispatch/911, County Jail, 6W Community Corrections (probation and parole), and Emergency Management. This building will be combined with the Family Services Center (FSC) and will be constructed adjacent to the County Courthouse in Madison. For more information on this part of the project, please contact County Sheriff Allen Anderson at (320) 598-3720 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Analysis of Family Services Center
This document provides the rationale for the construction of a new Family Services Center (FSC), which will serve as the central headquarters for Lac qui Parle County's Family Services Agency. The building will be combined with the Law Enforcement Center (LEC) and will be constructed adjacent to the County Courthouse in Madison. For more information on this part of the projct, please contact Human Services Director Kirsten Gloege at (320) 598-7594 or email@example.com