City of Georgetown (TX) Completes Construction on Two Fire Stations

Courtesy of City of Georgetown

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.

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