The votes are in and the community has spoken. During the Aug. 25 City of Irving Town Hall Meeting, residents had the opportunity to vote for one of three façade options for the new $6.9 million Central Fire Station, which is scheduled to open in mid-2024. Irving residents selected option No. 3, which features limestone detailing and a dedicated Old Central Fire Station memorial structure. The dedicated portion will include the original brick from Central Fire Station and will mirror the former structure’s architectural aesthetic.
In September, crews began the demolition process of the former Central Fire Station. The teams worked diligently to preserve much of the original building’s bricks, bay doors and other historic pieces for the new facility. The city expects construction to begin by the end of 2022.
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