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Williamsburg seeks residents to vote on design proposals for new fire station

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Posted at 11:46 AM, Dec 21, 2020
and last updated 2020-12-21 11:46:45-05

Williamsburg, Va. – The City of Williamsburg is asking residents to vote on three design options for a new fire station on North Boundary Street.

The survey shows renderings from the three possible designs to build an approximately 31,000-squarefoot station. Those who take the survey will rank the three designs in order of preference and the public's input will take part in the deciosn making.

Ultimately, the city says the firm with the best qualifications, capability, and cost structure will be chosen.

City Council approved the demolition and rebuild of the fire station at 440 N. Boundary St. in August, and directed staff to begin soliciting bids through the Public-Private Education Facilities and Infrastructure Act. The PPEA process allows City Council to choose its preferred proposal and negotiate the contract.

The online survey to vote on the designs closes at 11:59 p.m. January 3. To vote, click here.