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County Executive Elrich and County Councilmembers Will Break Ground on New Clarksburg Fire Station

For Immediate Release: Monday, November 29, 2021

Friday, Dec. 3, 2021 at 10 a.m.

On Friday, Dec. 3, at 10 a.m., Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich will join members of the Montgomery County Council, Department of General Services Director David Dise, and Fire and Rescue Service Chief Scott Goldstein to break ground on the Clarksburg Fire Station.


The new facility will be located at 23420 Frederick Road in Clarksburg. The fire station will provide a permanent home for first responders to meet the needs for the growing Clarksburg community.


The facility will provide:

  • Four drive through apparatus bays
  • Administrative, training, and living quarters for up to 22 firefighters
  • Gear, equipment, and personnel decontamination facilities to support best practices in cancer risk reduction among firefighters
  • Space for the UpCounty Regional Services Center
  • A police satellite office
  • On-site parking


For more information, visit the project website.


WHAT:

Groundbreaking of $12,287,220 (construction cost) Clarksburg Fire Station.


WHO:

  • Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich
  • Montgomery County Council Vice President Gabe Albornoz
  • Montgomery County Councilmember Sidney Katz, Chair of the Public Safety Committee
  • Delegate David Fraser-Hidalgo
  • Delegate Pamela Queen
  • Department of General Services Director David Dise
  • Fire and Rescue Service Chief Scott Goldstein


WHEN:

Friday, Dec. 3 at 10 a.m.


WHERE: 

23420 Frederick Road, Clarksburg


Parking on site for the event is limited.  

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Release ID: 21-085
Media Contact: Monika Hammer 240-463-2442