The Fire Station

The City of Chehalis is still looking for a location for an emergency fire station and has until July 5 to move out of a fire station after a termination of an interlocal fire station sharing agreement, reports The Daily Chronicle. A city official said that the city is still exploring options and will present...
The Fire Station

St. Johns County’s 19th and newest fire station has opened in the rapidly growing community, reports Jacksonville.com. The 8,882-square-foot facility official opening is delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic response and department staff developed a plan to make it ready as quickly as possible.
The Station News

Six months since a fire station has been demolished, its replacement is on track to be finished by end of year, reports WDBJ 7. The old station fire station was built a century ago and it wasn’t equipped to handle present-day needs, including women. In addition to the size and fewer restrictions, one of the...
The Fire Station

Construction of a new fire station is on track to begin in the fourth quarter of 2020, reports Atlanta Journal Constitution. The fire station will replace one built by volunteers in the 1970s. Since 1988, many of the old volunteer stations have been modified to accommodate the living quarters of full-time firefighters. The Mica station...
The Fire Station

Reid Health and the city of Richmond are working on a lease agreement that would have the health network move into the former fire station, reports Pal-Item. The station was closed in March 2009 as the department worked to streamline operations and cut overtime costs. Since then, the building has been used by the Richmond...
The Fire Station

Vancouver Fire Hall No. 17 has become the first fire station in Canada to earn the Zero Carbon Building (ZCB) design certification and the first project to be certified in BC, reports Canadian Architect. It’s one of 16 projects to pilot the Canada Green Building Council’s new ZCB Standard, which provides a process, performance targets, and tools to support...
The Station News

After several years’ worth of effort into fundraising and construction, the Ainsworth Fire Department, an all-volunteer force with 22 members, finally has its new headquarters, reports KCRG 9. The cost for the project will total out between $460,000 and $470,000, much of it coming from donations. The department is eager to show off the building,...