Fiery weekend awaits in Wilsonville
October 24, 2013 by Mark
The Wilsonville Fire Department Open House will provide residents and visitors a sneak peak at the newly finished Station 56 and its South Operating Center this weekend. Several printing services may have been chosen to promote this great open house event to people in the community and its surrounding districts.
During this event, there will be fun for the whole family and a chance for people to meet the firefighters who work within the community. Guests can walk around the station and take a look at the new layout and the South Operating Center installed to serve the communities of Tualatin and Wilsonville.
The new station was completed under budget and costs the average homeowner about $29 each year, and there will be opportunities for people to see how this money has developed the educational, prevention, construction, and inspection services offered at the center.
The open house takes place in the form of a guided tour led by local firefighters who will be happy to explain the new systems and answer any questions.
There is no charge to attend the open house, which will be happening this Saturday, October 26, from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm at the Tualatin Valley Fire and Rescue Station 56 located at 8445 SW Elligsen Road in Wilsonville, Oregon. The opening ceremony is set to begin at 11:30 am.
Events like this are often sources of informational literature about fire awareness and prevention, so stationery printers are likely to have been kept busy in the area this week.