Fire station approved for upgrades in north Durango

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Fire station approved for upgrades in north Durango

Fire district budgeted $3.5 million for new building on 32nd Street
Robert Waters, an engineer with Durango Fire Protection District, backs an engine into a bay at Station No. 3 on 32nd Street. The fire district plans to upgrade the station with a 10,600-square-foot building that will add seven bunks and house five full-time staff members.

Fire station approved for upgrades in north Durango

Robert Waters, an engineer with Durango Fire Protection District, backs an engine into a bay at Station No. 3 on 32nd Street. The fire district plans to upgrade the station with a 10,600-square-foot building that will add seven bunks and house five full-time staff members.

Fire station approved for upgrades in north Durango

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Fire station approved for upgrades in north Durango

Durango Fire Protection District plans to upgrade station No. 3 on 32nd Street with a 10,600-square-foot building that will add seven bunks and house five full-time staff members. The improvements, expected to cost $3 million to $3.2 million, will add three bays that will allow the district to house five vehicles at the station, including two fire engines, two ambulances and one seasonal vehicle for wildfires.

Fire station approved for upgrades in north Durango

Robert Waters, an engineer with Durango Fire Protection District, backs an engine into a bay at station No. 3 on 32nd Street. The fire district plans to upgrade the station with a 10,600-square-foot building that will add seven bunks and house five full-time staff members. The improvements, expected to cost $3 million to $3.2 million, will add three bays that will allow the district to house five vehicles at the station, including two fire engines, two ambulances and one seasonal vehicle for wildfires.
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