The city made the rounds of northeastern West Seattle community groups a year and a half ago to talk about work planned for Fire Station 36, the station by the West Seattle Bridge and the north end of Delridge. Now, as the project gets closer to construction, you are invited to a design open house later this month: The station will open its doors 2-4 pm on August 26th. The project, as described here and during those meetings in early 2011 (North Delridge coverage here, Pigeon Point here), will involve seismic/safety upgrades and a small building addition to handle decontamination, among other functions, all funded by the 2003 fire levy. While the work is done, station equipment and personnel will relocate to temporary quarters on the same site.
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