Official Ribbon Cutting for Fire Station 4 and Police Annex

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On March 19, 2021, the City of Prattville officially cut the ribbon to unveil the new Fire Station No. 4 and Police Annex. This $3.7 million Public Safety Facility is located on Old Ridge Road and will further enhance response times on the east side of Prattville. The Laney family generously donated the property for this site. Webb Builders, Inc. served as the general contractor on this project to construct the modern architectural design engineered by Civil Southeast Engineering Group. This station features state-of-the-art equipment, technology, living areas, a fueling station, and a workout room. James Hardie generously donated the fiber cement siding on the outside to provide an aesthetically pleasing finish that complements the surrounding area. This 12,814 square feet facility also houses Fire Engine 4 and the Police Mobile Command. "Public Safety is vital as our community continues to flourish, and this investment provides additional resources to enhance our Public Safety Department's response time and infrastructure within the City of Prattville. I want to thank everyone who made this project a reality and for our Partners of Prattville's generous donations," said Mayor Bill Gillespie, Jr.
Due to COVID-19, the City of Prattville looks forward to hosting a community Open House at this facility at a later date. 
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