City and fire department hold public meeting for new public safety headquarters building

The Bainbridge Island Police Department will co-host a series of three public outreach meetings with the Bainbridge Island Fire Department and MACKENZIE. design firm to get input from residents on plans for a new public safety building.

The city and the Bainbridge fire department have been discussing the possibilities for a joint-use facility since last year. Police have been anxious to move from their aging facility on Winslow Way, and the fire department has space limitations at their headquarters station on Madison Avenue.

The first meeting in this series is scheduled at 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 5 at Fire Station 21 at 8895 Madison Ave.

City officials said the meeting include an update on the scope of services for the project and the general project schedule. In addition, there will be an opportunity for public questions and input.



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