ELOY — The long wait is nearly over as the renovated Eloy Police Department building is almost complete and the ribbon cutting ceremony will be held on June 18.
According to Mayor Micah Powell, the celebration will be similar to the City Hall ribbon cutting ceremony with guest speakers and attendees allowed to tour the building. The ceremony is not open to the public.
The public safety facility is made up of 15,000 square feet and includes everything that is needed in order to operate a modern police department.
The building takes over the space where the former City Hall and the finance building were previously located. As for the section where the police department was previously located on the corner of Main Street and Seventh Street, that was demolished and rebuilt.