Adams County Station 11 Groundbreaking

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ACFR New Station 11 Groundbreaking

Photo courtesy ACFR PIO, Carlos A. Briano

On June 7th, 2018 Adams County Fire Rescue with fire personnel, board of directors, contractors, architects, and other dignitaries present, broke ground on a new fire station at the corner of Pecos St. and 69th Ave. This new building will replace Station 11, currently at 7980 Elmwood Lane. The new station will be home to five apparatus and a minimum of 11 firefighters. It will have a community center and a historical museum. The museum with have the old antique fire truck on displayed and the history of the North Washington Fire Rescue District and Southwest Adams County Fire Protection District. Construction on the new station will commence at the end of June and is slated to be completed in 2019.

Photo courtesy ACFR PIO, Carlos A. Briano

Fire Chief Pat Laurienti and Board of Directors President Jerry Marchese speak prior to breaking ground.

Photo courtesy ACFR PIO, Carlos A. Briano

Board of Directors Assistant Secretary Joseph Domenico and Deputy Chief Stuart Sunderland sign the chrome shovel.

Photo courtesy ACFR PIO, Carlos A. Briano

Deputy Chief Stuart Sunderland, Fire Chief Pat Laurienti and Captain Thom Jeffries display the chrome shovel that will commemorate the groundbreaking of the new Fire Station 11.

Photo courtesy ACFR PIO, Carlos A. Briano

Photo courtesy ACFR PIO, Carlos A. Briano

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