Irving (TX) Fire Department Moves into $3.7M Station 4

The new Station 4. Photo via Facebook.

The Irving (TX) Fire Department has settled into its new $3.7 million Station 4 at 800 Metker St., which aims to improve response times better house modern equipment, reports DallasNews.com.

Irving considered remodeling and adding on to the old station—on MacArthur Boulevard and built in 1960—but the upgrade costs didn’t make financial sense. The city paid for the station with voter-approved bond funds.

The new digs will house one engine and one ambulance, with about five personnel on every shift. Residents are invited to tour the new station Friday, beginning at 10 a.m.

Old Station 4. Photo via Facebook.
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