Seymour (IN) Fire Department Breaks Ground on $5.75M Station 2

It will replace a station that was built in 1967.

The Seymour (IN) Fire Department (SFD) broke ground on its $5.75 million replacement Station 2 at 1019 W. Second St.

Replacing the station, built in 1967 at 500 W. Fifth St., has been in the works for about a decade, according to tribtown.com. In 2019 the new facility received the green light.

Earlier: Seymour (IN) Fire Station Construction Planned for Summer

On the heels of the new digs, SFD plans to add an assistant chief position, the report says.

The city—which paid $403,000 to Premier Ag Co-op for the site in late October—is issuing $9.9 million in bonds to pay for the construction of the new fire station and renovations to its Station 1 and City Hall, according to the report.

Related: The Seymour (IN) Fire Department Offers Detailed Look at New Pierce Truck

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