Bentonville's Fire Station No. 6 Foreshadows Growth

Posted: January 4, 2014 at 5 a.m.

Bentonville Fire Chief Brent Boydston explains how the planned addition of Fire Station No. Six, which will be located on Southwest I Street, will affect coverage and response times for fire and EMS calls on the Western side of the department's jurisdiction at Fire Station No. 1 in Bentonville on Friday January 3, 2014.

Construction for the city’s newest fire station could begin as soon as February, according to Mark Clinard with Clinard Construction.

At A Glance

New Station

The boundary map for where Station No. 6 would respond is still being discussed. Southwest I Street will be split somewhere between Southwest 14th Street and Southwest Regional Airport Boulevard. Station No. 5, 800 S.W. Elm Tree Road, would cover north of the yet-to-be-determined line, and Station No. 6 would cover south of the line, Bentonville Fire Chief Brent Boydston said.

Source: Staff Report

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