This project constructed a new 18,000 square foot Fire and Rescue facility on 14.36 acres to replace the existing Lucketts Volunteer Fire and Rescue Station.
The station includes four pull-through apparatus bays, seven two-person bunk rooms, a training room, restrooms, showers, kitchen and dining areas, supply storage, a gear and hose drying area, fitness room, offices and a repair shop.
The facility is designed to achieve LEED Gold designation.
Funding for land acquisition for the fire station replacement was provided in FY 2013 in the Land Acquisition Fund.
The construction project was completed in summer 2021.
Current Status: October 2021
Loudoun County is hosting a hose uncoupling ceremony on November 4, 2021, at 3:00 p.m., to celebrate the completion of construction and the facility's ownership by Loudoun County Department of Fire & Rescue. More details will be available soon.