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Brentwood celebrates opening of fifth fire station


Brentwood Commissioners, City Manager Kirk Bednar, Brentwood Fire & Rescue Department leaders, design and construction teams, and the community celebrated the official grand opening of the city’s Fire Station No. 5 and its new fire apparatus. The new $8.6 million, 10,000-square-foot station is located on Split Log Road in the fast-growing southeast portion of the city. The new two-bay, two-story fire station will house a single company, or a fire crew of three to four personnel, depending on staffing schedules, and includes a public restroom, water fountain, and water bottle fill station for people using the nearby city trail system. The grand opening ceremony included a hose uncoupling and a push-in for the $872,995 custom Pierce fire truck to be known as Engine 5.