Canton Township (MI) Open New $6.5 Million Fire Station

A ladder truck, an engine, two ambulances, and six firefighters will officially start moving through the station next week.

According to a report from Hometown Life, the Canton Township (MI) Fire Department’s (CTFD’s) new station on Warren Road near the intersection with Haggerty Road features quick-acting bay doors courtesy of local business International Door, which are a favorite feature of CTFD Chief Christopher Stoecklein.

Stoecklein also praised the station’s extra space of the new $6.5 million station such as the private bedrooms, (which means no locker rooms) as well as the decontamination and alerting features.

Planning for the station began several years ago, and construction took place in the past few. A ladder truck, an engine, two ambulances, and six firefighters will officially start moving through the station next week. The crew will be responsible for about nine square miles of coverage, according to Stoecklein.

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