The Fire Station

The Village of Suamico is in the process of planning a new fire station, reports Action News 2. The department has outgrown its current fire station, built in 1967. The new fire station is expected to cost $5-6 million. Designs for the new facility are still being developed. There’s a potential the village could take...
The Fire Station

The Riner Volunteer Fire Department will soon be moving into a new building. They broke ground for this new station in March 2018, but the project has been in the works for nearly 5 years. This is quite a step up from the old station where everyone shared an office. The new 19-thousand-square-foot station also...
The Fire Station

Lehigh Acres Fire District has a new plan to fund a new fire station, reports Wink News. They are proposing a nearly 6% property tax hike. The money raised would go toward construction of a new fire station. With the property already acquired, it needs money to build and staff the station. Lehigh Acres services...
The Fire Station

An architects’ impression of the new combined police/fire station for Princes Street in Ipswich, reports The Ipswich Star. Much of the existing fire station on the site, including the bays where the fire pumps are held and maintained when not on a call, will be retained – but new secure office space for the police...
The Fire Station

A plan to revamp Roanoke’s historic fire station is being put on hold in order for developers to obtain all necessary permits and historic approvals, reports WXFR Fox. The plan is to partner with Black Dog Salvage to turn the lower level of the firehouse to a general store. Developers are also looking at partnering...
The Fire Station

City staff and the consultant for the project presented a concept for a new DeLand fire station, reports The West Volusia Beacon. The fire station will be a 16,100-square-foot, two-story building, with a 3,500-square-foot outbuilding for additional vehicle storage. A large retention bay will accommodate four vehicles parked side-by-side.
The Fire Station

A 26-foot-tall sculpture of a fire nozzle will be displayed at a fire station as a tribute to Arlington firefighters, reports ARLNow. The sculpture is due to a partnership between Arlington Public Art and developer Penzance. Baltimore artists David and Eli Hess were commissioned for the art. The same bronze used in actual nozzles will be used...