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Flooding has hit several low-lying areas of the Verde Valley and along Oak Creek. A flash flood warning is in effect for Monday, March 2, and a winter weather advisory...

The Sedona Fire District Governing Board unanimously approved the design for Station No. 6 between the Village of Oak Creek and Sedona.

The Sedona Fire District Governing Board unanimously approved a design for Station No. 6 between the Village of Oak Creek and Sedona during a special meeting Thursday, Oct. 4. SFD Fire Chief Kris Kazian said the station could be completed by March 2014. The station could cost anywhere from $1.2 million to $1.5 million.The Governing Board met for a special meeting Thursday, Oct. 4, where it discussed the new station and listened to a presentation by LEA Architects on the building’s design. SFD Governing Board member Craig Dible was not present for the meeting.

SFD Fire Chief Kris Kazian said the station could be completed in March 2014 at a cost of $1.2 million to $1.5 million. Following consensus from the board, the architects will continue work on their designs for the station.

“It’s going to take three to four months, then we go to [requests for proposals] to award the bid, then we get on someone’s docket to start the process. We’re hoping by March of 2014 would be a good window to look at for potential opening,” Kazian said.

Village of Oak Creek resident Carolyn Fischer said she believed the new station would meet the needs of the community in a cost-effective manner.

For the full story, see the Wednesday, Oct. 3, edition of the Sedona Red Rock News.


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  • Charles MacInter

    What an embarrassing design. It shows the City's lack of desire to build things worthy of our setting. Just look at every building the City and Fire District have built. They are all ugly and this joins the club.

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