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Fire Authority purchases land for Station 75

Photo courtesy of Laramie County Fire Authority

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Laramie County Fire Authority announced Monday that it has purchased land near the intersection of Happy Jack and Round Top roads for Station 75.

The station is set to be staffed by volunteers members, college resident students and full-time staff 24 hours a day, seven days a week, according to Jason Caughey, LCFA fire chief.

“This is a big day for the LCFA community as we continue to improve the service we provide our community — the new site for LCFA Station 75 bridges a gap between Station 72 and Station 78,” Caughey said in a news release.

The fire chief added that the station will provide better coverage for homeowners in Rolling Hills, as well as faster service to residents on I-80 and Happy Jack. “We are currently designing the new station to break ground in the fall of 2024,” he said.

LCFA funded the new station and land through the Sixth Penny Ballot.

To stay up to date on any news regarding Station 75, visit LCFA’s Facebook page here.


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