We are gearing up for the dedication of the City of Las Vegas Fire Station 6/CSN Instructional Center on Aug. 30 at 9 a.m. – the first day of the fall semester. Hope you can make it!
I went over there last week with Las Vegas Councilwoman Lois Tarkanian and Fire Chief Greg Gammon. If you missed this great piece done by Channel 13, please take a look.
Fire Station 6 officially moves in later this month. The station includes rescue, engine and latter dormitories, four fire station bays, an exercise room, day room and kitchen in addition to the three CSN smart classrooms. A fact many people might not know is that the station is conveniently located less than half a mile from Firefighter Memorial Park on Oakey and Redwood.
We estimate the joint fire station and classroom facility will see approximately 1,500 CSN students a week. When they walk in the building for the first time, those students will see a huge window looking into the bays of the fire station.
This really is a wonderful achievement for both the city and CSN. I hope you will all take a moment this coming semester to admire our newest facility and to welcome Fire Station 6 to CSN.