The AAP response period closed on July 15.
Results of the AAP have been posted on the AAP page.

  • 1977

    Existing fire hall built

  • 1998

    First early study on seismic stability, which showed that the fire hall is at significant risk of damage and may collapse in a seismic event.

  • 2016

    A second seismic study confirmed that the fire hall may collapse in a seismic event.

  • 2018

    Feasibility study to explore and cost upgrade options.

  • 2020

    Preliminary costing for upgrade options.

  • March 2021

    Citizen advisory committee recommends that the Board pursue fire hall replacement.

  • Summer/Fall 2021

    Assembly of a project team (architects, project manager, communications consultants) and construction costing.

  • April/May 2022

    Comprehensive community information campaign.

  • June 2 - July 15, 2022

    AAP to seek community approval for fire hall funding.

  • Late 2022 - 2024

    Design, development permit, and construction tender

  • 2024-2025

    Construction of new fire hall.

  • 2025

    Demolition and clean-up of original fire hall.