Fire Station 43 Replacement and Police Station Remodel Project

Fire Station 43

Washougal Needs a New Fire Station 43

Fire engineIt’s the City’s job to provide and maintain emergency services and law enforcement. This requires adequate, functional buildings and equipment. However, the Fire Station 43 building and some of their fire engines are reaching their useful life.

The City proposes to replace Station 43’s building. The new building would be built adjacent to the Police Station and house some police staff and functions, such as a shared break room and fitness facility, which would require a remodel of the Police Station.

The City would fund additional design and construction of the new facility with a bond that voters would consider in the primary election this August.

City Council will meet at important project milestones throughout the project to guide project progress. Find meeting dates and agendas at www.cityofwashougal.us/129/2239/Agendas-Minutes

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Upcoming events

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LEARN MORE AND GET INVOLVED — STARTING THURSDAY, FEB. 22

Attend an open house: 

  • February 22
  • 6:00–7:00 P.M.
  • No RSVP necessary.
  • Camas-Washougal Fire Department Station 43, 1400 A Street, Washougal

We’ll show you around the current building and share some early plans for the proposed new building. We’ll also ask your opinion on how the new building should look from the outside.

  • A presentation will take place at 6:30 p.m.
  •  Parking will be available at Bethel Community Church.

Online Open House

Can’t attend? Come to our online open house from February 22–29, 2024. Click below!

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FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:

Michelle Wright
Public Works Business Administrator
Michelle.Wright@cityofwashougal.us
360-835-8501 ext. 206

Project Timeline

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