PLAINFIELD, IN – The Plainfield Fire Territory will host a dedication ceremony and open house for Fire Station 121 on Friday, July 19th from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. The ceremony will include speakers, a blessing of Fire Station 121 and a tour.
“This project completes the overall Plainfield Public Safety Building Project that started in 2015,” said Plainfield Fire Territory Chief, Joel Thacker. “This building replaces the current fire station 121 built that was built over 40 years ago. We are thankful for the leadership of the town and the citizens for this new building in which to serve the community.”
PFT Station 121 relocated from 4004 Clarks Creek Road to their new home at 1080 Edwards Drive. The Clarks Creek Road location served the department for over 40 years.
“We invite everyone to celebrate yet another public safety facility that will benefit and better serve the community,” said Town Council President, Robin Brandgard. “Plainfield has always been a good steward of buildings. While we are excited for the relocation of Fire Station 121, we are just as happy to hand the old facility over to the Plainfield Police Department for them to use as a sub-station.”
Plainfield Fire Territory will also host a public open house on Saturday, July 20 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.