Facility Projects

Facility Projects

Current Facility Projects
Several areas in Victoria will be under construction in the coming years for facility improvements.

Victoria Fire Station  PLANNED 
Corner of County Road 18 and Kochia Lane
Construction for the Victoria fire station project is tentatively planned to begin in the spring of 2025 with occupancy likely in late summer of 2026.  Prior to this, the services of an architecture firm and construction manager will be retained to begin the design and bidding process. The new fire station will resolve firefighter health and safety issues as well as support evolving staffing model changes

Victoria Recreation Center (VRC) Painting Project  PLANNED 
Victoria Recreation Center (8475 Kochia Lane, Victoria, MN 55386)
The City of Victoria's Recreation Center (VRC) is celebrating its 21st anniversary with a fresh new look, including a new coat of paint for the Lobby, Fitness Center, shared hallways and meeting room spaces. The decision for this project stems from the needs to address the current paint's wear and tear, as well as feedback received from our 2023 public park and recreation survey.

Starting this June, the project will be carefully staged to minimize disruption and ensure maximum usability throughout the project. Additional communications will be sent to VRC members and program registrants. Stay tuned on project updates and other Parks & Recreation news by subscribing to the Parks & Recreation News and Updates here

Tentative Project Scheduled Closures
  • June 3–June 5 | Multi-Purpose Room
  • June 6–June 7 | Small Offices and Prep Other Unused Spaces
  • June 10–July 5 | Fitness Room and Back Hallway
  • July 8–July 29 | Lobby and Conference Room




Facility Plans
Victoria Space Needs Assessment Report
The Victoria Space Needs Assessment supports the City’s immediate, mid-term, and long-range facilities needs and operational requirements. The facility space needs study analyzed current facility conditions and deficiencies and the useful life and capacity of existing buildings. This study provides well-developed and comprehensive information that will enable City leaders to make informed decisions regarding the City’s public facilities and guidance for maximizing facility investments that have been made as well as upcoming improvements and changes.







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City buildings and their maintenance are the responsibility of the Facilities Office under the City of Victoria Administrative Services Department.

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