FBI Sacramento
Public Affairs Specialist Gina Swankie
(916) 977-2285
October 11, 2016

FBI Opens New Sacramento Field Office Building

Construction in Roseville Features Enhanced Security, Safety

Today, the Sacramento Field Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) hosted an opening ceremony and ribbon cutting to officially debut the field office’s new headquarters facility in Roseville, a city in eastern Placer County, California. The new building features enhanced security, upgraded technology, and ample workspace to accommodate FBI personnel and its law enforcement partners.

Special Agent in Charge Monica M. Miller welcomed FBI Director James B. Comey and more than 300 attendees representing law enforcement, elected officials, and community partners to the new field office headquarters.

“Our new Sacramento Field Office headquarters facility supports enhanced collaboration within our organization and with our law enforcement partners,” said Special Agent in Charge Monica M. Miller. “We are now well prepared for inevitable growth and to host community education programs such as our FBI Teen Academy and FBI Citizens Academy.”

The Sacramento Field Office of the FBI hosted an opening ceremony and ribbon cutting to officially debut the field office’s new headquarters facility in Roseville on October 11, 2016.
The Sacramento Field Office of the FBI hosted an opening ceremony and ribbon cutting to officially debut the field office’s new headquarters facility in Roseville on October 11, 2016.

In addition to addresses by Director Comey and Special Agent in Charge Miller, the ceremony featured the Placer County Sheriff’s Department honor guard; Sacramento Metropolitan Fire Department Pipe and Drum Corps; Carrie Hennessey, a Grammy-nominated vocalist who sang the national anthem; Norman Dong, Public Buildings Service commissioner, General Services Administration; William L. Cunningham-Corso, president, Cunningham Development Company Inc.; Donald Wetzel, senior development manager, Walsh Group; Carol Garcia, mayor, City of Roseville; and Congressman Tom McClintock, U.S. congressional representative, Fourth District of California.

“GSA and FBI were dedicated to the effective delivery of this project, and through strong inter-agency partnerships, the project is a great success,” said Norman Dong, Public Buildings Service commissioner. “This building was designed with state-of-the-art secure protection features and energy efficient specs that will lead the way for future FBI buildings.”

The FBI’s Sacramento Field Office has served the 34-county Eastern District of California since 1967, when the federal judicial districts were reorganized. Currently, the Sacramento Field Office has seven resident agency locations to serve the region—Redding, Chico, Fairfield, Tahoe, Stockton, Fresno, and Bakersfield—in addition to its central headquarters.

New public telephone numbers and the address for Sacramento Field Office headquarters have been posted to fbi.gov/sacramento. The public may also submit information via tips.fbi.gov and, for cyber-related crimes, ic3.gov.

The Sacramento Field Office of the FBI hosted an opening ceremony and ribbon cutting to officially debut the field office’s new headquarters facility in Roseville on October 11, 2016.