Preservation Commission to review Sac Valley Station improvements


The historic structure is being renovated to keep up with the growing demand for train transit and bring an exciting mix of retail and office uses to the station. The renovation, scheduled to start this summer, marks Phase II of the City’s multi modal transit center, currently the 7th busiest train station in the nation.

Preservation Commission Meeting
Wednesday, June 18, 5:30 p.m.
City Council Chambers, 915 I Street

Previous schematics seen here. At the meeting the final designs finished to 100 percent will be presented.

The project includes the architectural restoration and rehabilitation of the grand historic Sacramento Valley Station, including tenant improvements, mechanical and electrical upgrades and artwork preservation, new dining terraces and landscaped seating areas.


Site improvements will include upgraded ticketing machines, new bicycle facilities for storage and bike rental, and architectural lighting of the south facade and major public spaces. The work is funded by a $15 million federal grant and local Measure A sales tax.

The renovation is due to be finished in 2016, the 90th anniversary of the station’s opening.

For more project information, please visit the Sacramento Valley Station page.

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