Clovis is opening up a new transit center this week to provide a central hub for its transportation services.
The city is holding a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday at the center at 10 a.m., which is located at 785 Third Street.
The big picture: The center is 7,000 square feet and will be the dispatch and administration center for Clovis Transit.
- It will be open on weekdays and will have new office spaces, a break room, and a training room for city events, seminars and trainings.
- The training room has already been used for regional, state and federal training courses and will be a voting center this year in the upcoming elections.
What they’re saying: The facility is named after former Mayor William Harry Armstrong, who served on the Clovis City Council from 1970 to 2015.
- “A man of vision and compassion, Harry Armstrong championed initiatives that transformed Clovis into a thriving and vibrant community,” said Clovis City Manager John Holt. “As we pass through the transit center that bears his name, let us reflect on the profound impact of his leadership and express our gratitude for a lifetime dedicated to the prosperity and unity of Clovis.”