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New Fire Station No. 4

Artist's Concept of New Fire Station 4. (Click for larger image)
Artist’s Concept of New Fire Station 4.

The Municipality of Trent Lakes has begun construction of a new $1.9 million dollar Trent Lake Fire Station No. 4 to replace the current Station No. 4 which is no longer sufficient for the growing municipality.

A strategic review of fire service requirements and a relocation study were conducted in 2013 and confirmed that this site is the correct choice.

 

Floor Layout, 2nd and 1st Floors of New Fire Station 4.
Floor Layout, 2nd and 1st Floors of New Fire Station 4. (Click for larger image)

Currently, the City of Kawartha Lakes has an automatic aid agreement for fire coverage in the Southwest area of Trent Lakes in which encompasses the municipal-office. The new fire hall will reduce the cost of this agreement.

The new fire station will include 4 bays, a training room, kitchenette and office space. The construction of Fire Station No. 4 is expected to be completed in the spring of 2016.

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Nogies Creek Station 4 sign is now in place.
sign on side of building stating Trent Lakes Fire Rescue
Trent Lakes Fire Rescue sign on side of building is visible from Peterborough County Road 36.
Bay doors with windows look very sharp
Bright natural light coming into the Training Room
Natural light of the Training Room

New video of the construction from the beginning to November 20, 2015…

Sod Turning Event

A sod turning celebration was held on the afternoon of Thursday, May 28, 2015.  Members of Council were in attendance with representatives from the designer Evergreen Energy Solutions and the builder Gerr Construction Ltd.

L to R: Chief Admistrative Officer Lois O'Neill-Jackson, Mark Gerritt from Gerr, Deputy Fire Chief Steve Brockbank, Fire Chief Don Mitchell, Deputy Mayor Ron Windover, Councillor Peter Raymond, Councillor Terry Lambshead, Mayor Bev Matthews, Councillor Dick Persson, abd Tyler Peters from Evergreen
L to R: Chief Administrative Officer Lois O’Neill-Jackson, Mark Gerritt from Gerr Construction, Deputy Fire Chief Steve Brockbank, Fire Chief Don Mitchell, Deputy Mayor Ron Windover, Councillor Peter Raymond, Councillor Terry Lambshead, Mayor Bev Matthews, Councillor Dick Persson, and Tyler Peters from Evergreen Energy Solutions.