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Fire & Medical - $41.8 M

Apparatus Replacement

Replace fire apparatus that have or will have exceeded their useful life based on the Fire & Medical Department's replacement plan (pumper, ladder, aircraft rescue fire-fighting (ARFF), air/light, tanker, rescue units).

Project Timeline: TBD

Apparatus

Northeast Fire Station 222

Construct new Fire Station 222 in the northeast section of Mesa. Funding for land acquisition at a new site has been included in the scope for this project. With population growth there is a need for a fire station to respond to the increased call volumes. This station has the opportunity to combine with the Northeast Police Substation.

Project Timeline: TBD


northeast fire station 222 

Southeast Fire Station 221

Construct new Fire Station 221 in or near the Eastmark community. Funding for land acquisition at a new site has been included in the scope for this project. With population growth there is a need for a fire station to respond to the increased call volumes.

Project Timeline: TBD

southeast fire station 221 


Police - $35.0 M

Northeast Police Substation

Construct a new police substation in the northeast section of Mesa. Funding for land acquisition at a new site has been included in the scope for this project. With population growth there is a need for a police substation to respond to the increased call volumes. This station has the opportunity to combine with the Northeast Fire Station 222.

Project Timeline: TBD

northeast police substation 

 

Police Evidence Facility

Construct a new Police evidence facility. This facility, capable of housing the longer term and general evidence storage needs of the Police Department, would be equipped with secure climate controlled and cooler storage.

Project Timeline: TBD

 


Communications - $ 8.0 M

Public Safety Fiber

Improve the infrastructure that provides voice and data services to fire stations and other City Public Safety facilities over the City’s point-to-point wireless network. The installation of this fiber-optic cable would supplement the point-to-point wireless network to improve reliability and increase bandwidth for applications such as Fire Station Alerting, telephones, video conferences, City business applications (such as timekeeping), and the TOPAZ voice radio network. This is the second phase to complete the three rings design to better serve the City’s needs.

Project Timeline: TBD

public safety fiber