Open house celebrates Fire Station 36’s upgrades, reopening

At midday today, West Seattle’s Fire Station 36 in North Delridge welcomed visitors to an open house with tours of its upgrades and renovations:

The station recently reopened after about nine months of work – read more about it here – during which time Station 36’s crews were temporarily stationed at a spot off Harbor Avenue SW. Among those on hand today, Fire Chief Gregory Dean:

And history, courtesy of the Last Resort Fire Department:

The next West Seattle fire station to relocate for an upgrade is Station 32 in The Junction, which will be demolished and rebuilt on its current site; during the project, that station will be temporarily relocated to city-owned property on 40th SW across from the Masonic Center.

1 Reply to "Open house celebrates Fire Station 36's upgrades, reopening"

  • D July 13, 2014 (3:14 pm)

    We had such a good time! Everyone was so friendly. Thanks for great event.

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