Plymouth (MN) Seeks Bids for $20 Million Fire Station

The city of Plymouth is seeking bids for $20 million project that will replace one fire station and improve another, reports Finance & Commerce.

Plymouth officials hope to break ground in April or May. The City Council is considering a site plan amendment and other approvals for the project, which will replace the aging Fire Station 2 with a 21,017-square-foot building.

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