Sullivan City (IN) Fire Department Eyes $2M in Grants for New Station

Sullivan City Council recently conducted a public hearing to obtain funding to invest in a new fire station for the Sullivan City (IN) Fire Department, reports sullivan-times.com.

City officials say there’s a $500,000 grant opportunity through the Office of Rural and Community Affairs, with an additional $1.5 million in USDA funds also available. Officials say the overall cost range could be anywhere from $500,000 to $4 million.

The public hearing saw no objections, the report says. Sullivan is working with Kenna Consulting on the grant request.

The station’s current location was built in 1984, and personnel say it’s too small and in a bad location. No location for a new fire station has been determined at this time, according to the report.

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