Boca Raton (FL) Opens New Fire Station

Fire Station 6 will serve the northwestern part of the city and can house up to 10 crews.

According to a report from The Boca Raton Tribune, Boca Raton, Florida, announced that the new Fire Station 6, located on Clint Moore Road, is ready to open. The city held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on March 8 with fire administration and personnel, city council members, and other dignitaries in attendance.

Fire Station 6 will serve the northwestern part of Boca Raton and can house up to 10 crews. Other new improvements include four new bays to house new trucks, and eight unisex bathrooms will facilitate crew members with decontamination. The new building will be able to withstand winds of 155 miles per hour, and Fire Rescue Services will also apply for a LEED certification for the building.

Before its new iteration, Fire Station 6 was demolished in early 2020. Construction took 15 months.

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