Project Status: COMPLETED
Clackamas Fire’s new Hilltop Station 16 opened its doors on Tuesday, February 12, 2019 with the help of the community by celebrating with a Ribbon Cutting and Open House. It is housed by four firefighters who staff T316, two paramedics who staff Medic 316 and a battalion chief who staffs BC 303.
Station 16 replaced the previous station that was built in the early 1970s. A toxic mold issue was discovered in May of 2016 and the Fire District made the decision to close the station and replace it with a modern facility that meets current needs. The new facility is approximately 12,400 square feet, including three double deep apparatus bays. It is designed to house eight full time firefighters, as well as a full time battalion chief. Design features include energy efficient construction, effective travel paths within the station that lead to the response units, gender neutral crew quarters, bi-fold doors for quicker response, and improved facility security.
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