Open house celebrates Fire Station 36′s upgrades, reopening

July 12, 2014 at 2:55 pm | In Delridge, West Seattle news | 1 Comment

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.

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

    Comment by D — 3:14 pm July 13, 2014 #

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