Despite a few finishing touches still to come, the grand opening of the new, $6.7 million North Conway (NH) fire station is set for Saturday, May 22 at 10 a.m., reports conwaydailysun.com.
The invited guests include Gov. Chris Sununu, State Sen. Jeb Bradley (R-Wolfeboro), and retired State Fire Marshall Paul J. Parisi.
Located at 70 Norcross Cir. on the site of the former ‘60s-era brick station, the new station has five bays, a dirty holding area, clock tower, and offices on the northern end. The lower level has a small conference room and office for the chief, as well as support spaces for accessing the vehicle bays. Upstairs is a training/common room, bunk room, kitchen space, and an atrium over the rescue vehicle bay.
North Conway Water Precinct voters approved the new station at their annual precinct meeting in June 2020 by a vote of 45-3.