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Mayor Harrell, city leaders break ground on Fire Station 31
Mayor Harrell, city leaders break ground on Fire Station 31

Mayor Bruce Harrell, joined by officials from the Seattle Fire Department, Department of Finance and Administrative Services, and City and community leaders, broke ground on the future site of Fire Station 31 in North Seattle. Construction of the new 22,000 square foot station is slated to be complete in late 2025. Once completed, residents in the rapidly growing North Seattle area will be served by a new three-story station with four apparatus bays. The new station will house a fire engine, ladder truck, medic unit, aid unit and have space for a Health One unit, which is a program designed to respond to individuals immediately in their moment of need to help them navigate the situation, whether that’s medical care, mental health care, shelter or other social services. 

Speakers and attendees include:

Mayor Bruce Harrell, City of Seattle

Fire Chief Harold Scoggins, Seattle Fire Department

Kiersten Grove, Acting Director, Finance and Administrative Services (FAS)

Joe Hampton, Capital Development, Finance and Administrative Services

Liam Roney, Vice President, Seattle Fire Fighters Union Local 27 Battalion

Chief Dan Murray, Seattle Fire Department

Cathy Moore, District 5 Seattle City Councilmember

Bob Kettle, District 7 Seattle City Councilmember and Chair of the Public Safety Committee


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