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City of Williamsburg looks to resident input on new fire station design

The fire station at North Boundary Street, built back in 1977, has many shortcomings, including equipment overflow in the bays, according to a council presentation from August . (Andrew Harris/WYDaily)

Got an eye for design?

The City of Williamsburg is reaching out to residents to help rank three design options for the new fire station located on North Boundary Street.

Back in August, City Council approved the demolition and rebuild of a fire station at 440 North Boundary St.

According to a council presentation from the August meeting, the current fire station has many shortcomings, including lack of space for equipment, small bay doors, sewer line back ups, and other health and safety hazards.

The public survey shows renderings from three design firms, all which remain under consideration. Those who participate in the online survey will rank the designs in order of preference.

The online survey closes at 11:59 p.m. on Jan. 3 and can be found by clicking here.

To view upcoming City Council meetings, click here.

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