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[[Image:Birmingham_Fire_Station_4.JPG|right|450px|thumb|Station #4]]
'''Birmingham Fire Station No. 4''' is a 3-bay [[Birmingham Fire & Rescue Service]] station under construction on [[Oslo Circle]] in the [[Oxmoor]] neighborhood.
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'''Birmingham Fire Station No. 4''' is a 3-bay [[Birmingham Fire & Rescue Service]] station on [[Oslo Circle]] in the [[Oxmoor]] neighborhood.
  
The land for the station was donated by [[United Cerebral Palsy]], whose offices are located across the street. The station was designed in a rustic style featuring brick, stone and timber accents by architects [[Charles Williams & Associates]].  
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The land for the station was donated by [[United Ability]], a non-profit whose offices are located across the street. The station was designed in a rustic style featuring brick, stone and timber accents by architects [[Charles Williams & Associates]].  
  
Ground was broken on [[February 28]], [[2011]] with Mayor [[William Bell]] and Fire Chief [[Ivor Brooks]] in attendance.
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Ground was broken on [[February 28]], [[2011]] with Mayor [[William Bell]] and Fire Chief [[Ivor Brooks]] in attendance. The completed station was dedicated on [[July 24]], [[2014]].
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==Equipment==
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*Quint 4 (ALS) 2016 Stuphen SL75
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*Brush Truck 4
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==History==
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The station took the number designation of Retired [[Birmingham Fire Station No. 4 (1926)]], though the station does not cover the same territory as the original station.
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The station originally had an Engine company, but Engine 4 became Quint 4 in January 2017 after a dedication ceremony in [[Linn Park]] for the new Stuphen SL75 quint truck.
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==References==
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* Chambers, Jesse (July 24, 2014) "Birmingham opens new fire station in Oxmoor area, fulfilling a 'commitment to the community'." {{BN}}
  
 
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* [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=euz7LvfUkxQ Groundbreaking] for Fire Station #4 on YouTube.com
 
* [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=euz7LvfUkxQ Groundbreaking] for Fire Station #4 on YouTube.com
  
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Latest revision as of 13:55, 18 March 2019

Station #4
This articles is about the current station in Oxmoor. For the historic station, see Birmingham Fire Station No. 4 (1926).

Birmingham Fire Station No. 4 is a 3-bay Birmingham Fire & Rescue Service station on Oslo Circle in the Oxmoor neighborhood.

The land for the station was donated by United Ability, a non-profit whose offices are located across the street. The station was designed in a rustic style featuring brick, stone and timber accents by architects Charles Williams & Associates.

Ground was broken on February 28, 2011 with Mayor William Bell and Fire Chief Ivor Brooks in attendance. The completed station was dedicated on July 24, 2014.

Equipment

  • Quint 4 (ALS) 2016 Stuphen SL75
  • Brush Truck 4

History

The station took the number designation of Retired Birmingham Fire Station No. 4 (1926), though the station does not cover the same territory as the original station.

The station originally had an Engine company, but Engine 4 became Quint 4 in January 2017 after a dedication ceremony in Linn Park for the new Stuphen SL75 quint truck.

References

  • Chambers, Jesse (July 24, 2014) "Birmingham opens new fire station in Oxmoor area, fulfilling a 'commitment to the community'." The Birmingham News

External links