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Given the significant amount of residential and commercial development in the eastern end of the county, there is a greater life-safety need for the West Creek Fire-Rescue Station at this time. The county’s current Capital Improvement Program (CIP) reflects anticipated construction of the West Creek station in approximately 5 years. The District 2 Fire-Rescue Station is already in the land acquisition and planning stages.
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Property is being donated for this fire station in West Creek near the intersection of Tuckahoe Creek Parkway and Hockett Road.
The County is currently seeking an appropriately-located parcel on which to build a District 2 fire station. The District 2 fire station is included in the county's current Capital Improvement Program (CIP), and the county is already in the land acquisition stage for it.
While there is not yet an estimated cost for the new Fire-Rescue Station, up to $8 million is the amount of the borrowing the County is associating with the construction and equipping of the new Fire-Rescue Station which is expected to be similar in size to the Company 6 Fire-Rescue Station.