Hoover Fire Station No. 10

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Hoover Fire Station No. 10 is a fire station for the Hoover Fire Department located at 3537 Market Street in Ross Bridge. Prior to 2014, a fire truck was stored near the location to service the area. The land for the station was donated to Hoover by Ross Bridge's developer, Daniel Ross Bridge LLC. The Hoover City Council allowed a temporary station to be constructed in 2014 and it included a 20-by-50-foot bay that houses an aerial ladder truck and a double-wide modular building that served as living quarters and an office for the firefighters. The modular building included three bedrooms, a bathroom and a common area that included a kitchen, living room and desk for a computer. The permanent station was completed in 2015.

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  • Batson, Roger, Jr (May 2, 2007) "New fire station opens off Patton Chapel Road." The Birmingham News
  • Batson, Roger, Jr. (May 9, 2007) "Fire department reputation glows with training, assets." The Birmingham News
  • Jones, Amy (August 23, 2009) "Hoover celebrates new Fire Station No. 9." Shelby County Reporter. Accessed August 26, 2009.
  • Staff (February 3, 2014) "Council moves ahead with Ross Bridge fire station plans." Hoover Sun
  • Anderson, Jon (March 11, 2014) "Hoover opens temporary Fire Station No. 10 in Ross Bridge". The Birmingham News
  • Anderson, Jon (May 16, 2017) "Hoover Fire Department earns Class 1 insurance rating." Hoover Sun
  • Anderson, Jon (August 7, 2017) "Hoover fire Chief Chuck Wingate to retire Aug. 31." Hoover Sun
  • Anderson, Jon (December 9, 2019) "Hoover breaks ground for 11th fire station in Trace Crossings." Hoover Sun