East County News Service
October 23, 2017 (Borrego Springs) -- The County broke ground over the weekend on a public park, a new library and a Sheriff’s station in Borrego Springs.
The modern library will be 13,500 feet and equipped with energy efficient features for zero net energy use—also provided plenty of air-conditioned space for residents to escape extreme heat. The new library will be three times the size of the old one that it will replace and will also include a homework center, children’s area, community room and more. Read details: http://www.sdcl.org/PDF/sdcl_br-faq.pdf
The community’s first public park will include play equipment, walking trails, volleyball courts and more.
The Sheriff’s station will replace older law enforcement facilities.
The three projects will be located on a 16-acre parcel of land that was donated to the county.