the construction of a new 12,363 square-foot (SF), two story fire station that would include two drive-through apparatus bays and one back-in apparatus bay, and a separate detached building (roughly 2,016 SF) for storage of a future reserve apparatus. The proposed fire station would be developed on the northern 2.23 acres of the site, while the southern 1.44-acre portion is undeveloped with future site improvements.
Onsite improvements would include the following: hardscape areas comprised of concrete pavers and permeable pavers, 22 total onsite parking for fire fight parking and public parking, site lighting through the property, landscape improvements, four bioretention basins, an apparatus washdown area, and outdoor training/fire fighter drill area. Soil infill and grading would address the current grade difference between the project site and Town Center Drive.
Offsite improvements would include construction of new response driveway apron at Town Center Drive, an additional driveway apron along Terra Vista Parkway to the rear of the fire station building, and a future traffic signal at the intersection of Town Center Drive and Terra Vista Parkway. Construction is anticipated to begin in the first quarter of 2022 with a duration of approximately 16 months. The opening date is anticipated to occur in the fourth quarter of 2023.
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