Marco Island estimates fire station, Veterans’ Park will cost $22.9M

Rendering of Fire Station 50 and emergency center on Marco Island.

Marco Island City Council on Monday unanimously approved documents that estimate it will cost the city approximately $22.9 million to replace Fire Station 50 and renovate Veterans’ Community Park. 

The city would spend $12.5 million to replace the fire station with a new station and an emergency center, and $10.4 million to renovate the park.

The new fire station will be approximately 22,366 square feet with administrative offices, meeting rooms, sleeping quarters and bays for the equipment, according to a city staff report.

Miguel Carballo, fleet and facilities manager with the city, said the fire station and emergency center will include a fueling station, the IT department, a community training center and a training tower. The project will also include renovating pavement and landscaping across the City Hall campus.

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