Rebuilt Fire Station

The Park City Fire Service District is pleased to announce the completion of our newly rebuilt fire station located on Bitner Road. On January 2, 2012, firefighters reoccupied Fire Station #33. The completion of this capital facilities project concluded the build-out of our Bitner Road parcel. This build-out included our Administrative Office building, a multi-story training facility, a warehouse and apparatus maintenance facility, and the rebuilding of the “Burns” Fire Station.

The 10,000 square foot fire station is staffed 24 hours a day by three highly trained full-time firefighters including a Captain, Engineer, and a Firefighter / Paramedic. The emergency response equipment at the station includes an engine, ambulance, brush truck, and hazardous material unit.

The training facility is an approximately 4000-square foot structure providing firefighters various firefighting, forcible entry, and search and rescue capabilities. This facility will greatly enhance the training opportunities not only for our firefighters, but for our neighboring jurisdictions as well.
The last structure of our build-out is a 4000-square foot warehouse. This building will store both firefighting, emergency medical supplies, and other supplies relative to the mission of the Park City Fire District. The structure will also have the capability of housing our first ever apparatus service bay for our vehicle maintenance needs.
We would like to invite all to attend our Open House of this newly rebuilt station, located at 730 Bitner Road on January 31, 2012 from 3 pm to 5 pm.