Harrisonburg (VA) Fire Department Getting New $4.9M Station

City Council recently approved spending $4.9 million for a new station for the Harrisonburg (VA) Fire Department, reports dnronline.com.

The facility, which will house crews that respond to emergencies in north Harrisonburg, should be ready for service in about two years, officials say. However, no exact location has been determined.

Fire officials say the department will be partnering with James Madison University’s mathematics department to identify the best spot.

Funds will come from the $24 million or so the city will receive from the American Rescue Plan Act.

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