Jandakot Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade Station

Project Status

In progress

Project Type

Infrastructure & Buildings

Timeline

Start: Late 2018 Finish: Late 2019

Budget

$578,000

The new 625sqm Jandakot Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade station, due for completion in December 2019 will be located on the same site as the former station in Jandakot on the corner of Liddelow and Oxley Roads.

The new $578,000 station will include a 225sqm vehicle bay for the brigade’s 3.4 litre Urban Tanker and fire tenders, while the remainder will include offices, training and storage space.

Funds of $328,000 have been provided by the Department of Fire and Emergency Services through the compulsory Emergency Services Levy included in the 2017-18 rates notices, and the remaining $250,000 has been contributed by the City of Cockburn.

The new station showcases the direction of fire management in bushfire prone communities, it empowers our volunteers and provides the equipment and resources to be safe and effective.

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Contact

Address

9 Coleville Crescent,
Spearwood 6163

PO Box 1215, Bibra Lake DC,
Western Australia, 6965

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