SF to celebrate grand opening of new Public Safety Building 

click to enlarge San Francisco's new Public Safety Building will house Police Department headquarters, Southern Police Station and Fire Station No. 4, among other facilities. The building contains several commissioned works of art, including "Spiral of Gratitude," pictured, which is New York-based artist Shimon Attie's tribute to officers who died in the line of duty, according to the San Francisco Arts Commission. - GABRIELLE LURIE/SPECIAL TO THE EXAMINER
  • Gabrielle Lurie/Special to The Examiner
  • San Francisco's new Public Safety Building will house Police Department headquarters, Southern Police Station and Fire Station No. 4, among other facilities. The building contains several commissioned works of art, including "Spiral of Gratitude," pictured, which is New York-based artist Shimon Attie's tribute to officers who died in the line of duty, according to the San Francisco Arts Commission.
The Police Department’s brass may have already moved into its new headquarters in Mission Bay, but that didn’t prevent management from planning an official grand-opening ceremony for the facility at Third and Mission Rock streets.

With Mayor Ed Lee, Police Chief Greg Suhr and other city officials, the $243 million building will officially be opened with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday morning.

The new Public Safety Building will also house the new Southern district police station and the new Fire Station 4.

The project, which broke ground in October 2011, was funded through a voter-approved bond.

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