Cheyenne (WY) Breaks Ground for Fire Station

Ground has been broken for a $2.1 million fire station.

Ground has been broken for a $2.1 million fire station, reports The Cheyenne Post.

Local dignitaries, including Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce CEO Dale Steenburgen, Laramie County Commissioners Gunnar Malm, Linda Heath, and Troy Thompson, Fire District One Chief Darrick Mittlestadt, Rachel Delventhal of Studio Red, and others participated in the groundbreaking.

Fire District 1 covers overs 180 square miles from south of Cheyenne to the Colorado border and currently has two fire stations.

The building will be staffed by six irefighters around the clock. It will also include an office for the Laramie County Sheriff’s Department.

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