Arlington Heights Police Station
New police station puts finishing touch on traditional municipal campus
Arlington Heights’ 40-year-old police station suffered from dated infrastructure and failing mechanical systems. Its design also clashed with the Romanesque style of the newer village hall and fire station on either side of it.
A 70,500-square-foot facility brings a budget-sensitive and energy-efficient replacement that respects the traditional character of the municipal campus and downtown Arlington Heights. The project, now in the construction phase, also includes a 10,000-square-foot garage that keeps police vehicles free of ice and snow.
- Romanesque style featuring hip roof and arched entry
- Lighter masonry distinguishes station from adjacent facilities