The long-awaited fire department is under construction at Cape Coral.
Station 12 is located in Chiquita Boulevard South, just north of Veterans Parkway, and this isn’t the only station we’re planning to build.
Prime Minister Ryan Lam said the city is also considering setting up a station near the corridor on Pine Island and Ponderah Road.
“Our goal as a city is from 911 because we want to say hello.” Hello, how can we help you? “When firefighters knock on your door, we Wants to be less than 10 minutes, “Lamb said.
Lamb believes that a new station off Chiquita will help his firefighters do just that. The city began construction of the building earlier this month.
“Response times also improve resident insurance premiums. If they arrive at the scene earlier, it also helps that aspect, so investments and price tags exceed what we might pay in dollars. “Yes,” said Councilor Tom Hayden.
A $ 4.5 million station can withstand a storm.
Ram said plans for more station departments. As the city grows, so does the fire department.
“Station 13, we’re looking somewhere along Pondera, Pine Island Road, the Del Prado area,” he said.
“There are many phones in the area.” There was also a lot of growth in the area. There was a lot of multi-family development and a lot of growth, especially along the Pine Island Corridor. Part of this is just trying to keep city services as the city grows. “
According to Lam, it currently takes about 12 to 13 minutes to cover some areas of the area. He hopes that the new additions will put some pressure on states 6, which are currently servicing the area, as well as stations 4 and 8.
The station is scheduled to be completed in March next year.
Construction of a new Cape Coral fire department begins
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