The expansion will also mark the consolidation of EMS Station # 2 and Fire Station # 2. EMS Station # 2 employees previously worked from a station at 409 Newport Blvd. However, the relocation will place the ambulance and personnel more centrally within the response district with better access to major roadways.
Additionally, the expansion will provide facilities to accommodate 24 hours a day and 7 days a week staffing of fire and EMS personnel at Station #2. This expansion and remodel included sleeping quarters, kitchen facilities and additional office space. This consolidation also reduces overhead incurred by the city for operational costs.
“We are excited to have this project complete. It assists us in improving the level of emergency services provided to the citizens of League City,” said Fire Chief Brad Goudie. “We are also pleased to be able to showcase the new facility during the ribbon cutting and open house,” Goudie said.
The ceremony and open house will include a tour of the facility, a closer look at the apparatus and will also provide an opportunity for residents to get more information on both the League City Volunteer Fire Department and the League City EMS.”
By Pam Moore, Feature Blogger for Brockway Realty
Originally Posted on Brockway Realty LLC's Official Blog