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Posted on: March 2, 2022

Crews begin work on apparatus bay of Station 61

Photo of the construction site of Station 61

Once the demolition was completed in December, construction crews have been working hard to lay the groundwork for a larger and updated North Metro Fire Station 61 on Midway Boulevard.

UPDATE (March 2, 2022)

The foundation has been laid. The underground plu...

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Posted on: December 6, 2021

Station 61 Structural Demolition Completed

Photo of a crane and debris from demolition of Station 61

On Tuesday, November 30, construction crews began the demolition of the old Station 61. The entire exterior of the existing structure was leveled. Throughout the month, crews will continue to prepare the site in order to begin construction on the new Stat...

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Posted on: November 16, 2021

Demo Begins Soon for Fire Station 61 Rebuild Project

Grayscale photo of Station 61 with overly text "A New Chapter Begins"

In the coming days, North Metro Fire Rescue District will begin the demolition of Station 61 on Midway Boulevard to make way for a larger, more modern fire station in its place.

Station 61 was originally built in 1956 and has undergone multiple remodels ov...

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Posted on: May 3, 2022

Voters Re-Elect Billera and Miller to North Metro Fire Board of Directors

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North Metro Fire Rescue District election polls closed at 7 p.m. on May 3, 2022. From the votes tallied, the unofficial results show that District residents have re-elected Peter Billera and Richard Miller to serve a three-year term on the North Metro Fir...

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Posted on: April 7, 2022

Colorado's First Regional CAD-to-CAD 911 Dispatching Hub Shines During Structure Fire

Thornton Fire engines and North Metro Fire engines arrive on scene to a structure fire

On April 5, Colorado’s first regional computer-aided dispatch (CAD) hub launched and quickly showed its benefit when a structure fire occurred only hours after the new system went live. Firefighters were called to a townhome fire in unincorporat...

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