More changes are planned for the Village. The following description is taken from the Water district's planning documents submitted to the County. The attached documents provide more details.
Currently the Water district of Fair Oaks is operating a Corporation Yard at 10317 Fair Oaks Boulevard. The water district has been operating on the site since 1979. Regular business hours are from 8am to 5pm and the amount of employees on the site are up to 17. The activities that take place on site are; office work, deliveries, training, storage of plumbing related materials, dispatching crews, storage and removal of site materials. Ten years ago the District relocated the majority of the public activities as they relate to water service across the street to a new building designed in Spanish Revival Architecture. The Water district considers themselves a steward of the town, and have taken steps to integrate their operations into the Architecture adopted by the Spanish Revival Architecture of the Town.
The existing building has reaching the end of its useful life, Fair Oaks Water District would like to replace their existing building with a modern Spanish Revival building that meets their needs and current building code.
The new building proposes a 16,390sf building with an annex structure for record retention of 1,608sf. The site will include; material storage bins, trash enclosure, secure storage, and covered parking stalls throughout the site. The office operational area of the building will consist of offices at street level to Fair Oaks Boulevard, complementing the Spanish Revival Architecture of the Town and the shop portion of the facility will be a non-descript white metal insulated panel warehouse placed behind. Landscaping will be used to screen the site, and the building will be stepped back from the street level. The proposed structures will be similar in size and stature to the existing structures.