Contact: A. Fabiola Guillen, Sr. Project Manager – Public Works
The new Fire Station 55 building, in the Peacock Gap neighborhood, has been completed. Firefighters moved into their new station in late March.
With no use for the temporary modular building and the temporary apparatus bay, the structures were dismantled and removed from the site.
This has cleared up the site to allow the sitework to start. The sitework includes reconfiguration of the parking lot, new curbs, exterior lighting, a new electric vehicle charging station, and repaving of the entire lot. The City has enlisted a paving contractor to complete the sitework. The contract is being processed and the work will start as soon as all the documentation is finalized.
Once the site work is complete, in the next couple of months, the traffic and bike lanes will be restored to their original state.
Fire Station 55 – Temporary Apparatus Bay Removal
Fire Station 55 – Temporary Station – Modular building removal