St. Peter (MN) Moves Forward on Fire Station Project

The city of St. Peter was in the process in early 2020 of securing approval from the Minnesota Legislature for a local option sales tax to pay for a new fire station, reports St Peter Herald

According to St. Peter City Administrator Todd Prafke, there is no certainty that the local options sales tax is even going to have the opportunity for passage in the Legislature this year, but the city can move forward regardless.

As part of the March 30 St. Peter City Council meeting, architect Michael Clark, of Five Bugles Design, provided an early stage schematic design of the new fire station for the council. The station, which would sit at the corner of Broadway Avenue and Sunrise Drive, facing Sunrise, would include an open space kitchen and training area, an administrative office area, vehicle bays (enough for 12 full size trucks) with six garage doors on the front and back sides, support spaces for operations like decontamination, and storage spaces.

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