City of Georgetown has completed construction on two new fire stations to best service the growing area, reports Community Impact.
Fire Station No. 6 will serve the far west side of the city, while Fire Station No. 7 will serve the east side. Yesterday, City of Georgetown officials and members of the Georgetown Fire Department celebrated the opening of Fire Station No. 7, a 13,000-square-foot station at a cost of $6.3 million. Fire Station No. 7 has three truck bays with living quarters for 11 and will initially be staffed with a combination of six firefighters and medics.
Fire Station No. 6 became operational last month. This fire station has three truck bays and living quarters for up to six personnel. The construction cost for the 12,000-square-foot station was $5.5 million.
City Manager David Morgan said the two fire stations will City Manager David Morgan.