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Fire Station #11 is one ofthe latest upgrade for the City of Beaumont Fire Department.

The new station is designed for 130 mph windstorm and may serve as an emergency hub in the case of extreme weather condition in Beaumont. The new station was part of a masterplan for the City of Beaumont when the plan for the Fire Station 2 and Northend Community Building was designed in 2008.  The more somber look was made to distinguish Fire Station 11 from Fire Station 2.  Strategically situated to cover the area previously handled by the old fire station 1, Fire Station 11 is dedicated and fully equipped to handle all the area’s demands.

The new station features include a captain office, secured supply areas, storage areas, individual sleeping quarters, accessible toilets and bathing facilities, janitor room, exercise room, open concept day room, kitchen and dining area which are located strategically in the station. It is designed with three bay apparatus complete with supports areas including decontamination shower, toilet and laundry facilities. The apparatus bay area uses natural lighting and is equipped with four-fold doors that will enable the department to quickly response to emergency calls.