New Fire Station Projects
The Trustees, Fiscal Officer, Administrator, Fire Chief and his team have been working diligently on the new fire station project. We would like to thank the many community members with whom we have met and spoken to and the many residents who have reached out about the project. We continue to welcome conversations and discussion with any community members about the project.
Concord Township Corrects Misinformation that is
Circulating about the Fire Station Levy
Concord Township Trustees held a special meeting on August 4th, to further review the financing options for the Fire Station Project that were presented and discussed in the previous Stakeholder meetings. The Trustees voted unanimously to pursue an $8 million bond levy. This would allow the township to use the bond levy to pay for the majority of the project. The levy will be on the ballot in November as Issue #1 to be voted on by Concord Township voters.
Retired Concord Township Fire Chiefs R. Mike Warner and Richard Terriaco share some of their stories about the history of Concord Township Fire Department. Many thanks to both of you for your many years of continued support of Concord Fire!
Fire Station Tours
If you’ve never visited the current fire stations, we invite you to take these virtual tours and learn more about how the Concord Fire Department serves our community.
Beginning in June 2020 the Concord Township Trustee’s held a series of 3 public stakeholder’s meetings to gather community input on the new fire station project. Residents from throughout the community attended these meetings in person and virtually. Fire station conceptual designs, costs, and financing options were presented and discussed. Residents were introduced to architects from Lemay, Erickson, Willcox who reviewed revised conceptual plans. If you missed these meeting, videos and presentation slides may be viewed here.