Monday, August 12, 2019

A beautiful day for life safety - as the Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Station 62 continues to take shape in Palmetto Bay

Photos of the day - all taken on the morning of Monday, August 12, 2019, to provide a photo update on this Fire Station.  MDFR Station 62 continues to take shape. Click on any of the photos to view in a larger size on screen. 

We can now see the light at the end of the tunnel; when the station will open for use by the MDFR Teams Engine 62.  See photos below.
Front of Station - showing the driveway that was waiting on a right of way permit
Photos above demonstrate the use of native pines and underbrush
allowed to remain and flourish as part of this station. Beautiful. 
Side right of way has landscaping installed and is being watered in.
PRIOR RELATED POST - Click the headline to view a prior post of February 1, 2019, MDFR Station 62 continues to take shape. Photo update regarding ongoing construction of MDFR Station 62 - photos taken Jan. 27, 2019. (with links to addition resources).

A bike rack? What is this, a bike rack at a Fire Station? (circled in red in the photo). Outstanding. 

Apparently anyone will be able to ride their bike to the fire station in order to tour or get your blood pressure check (yes, cool down and relax on a nice, scenic bike ride down Old Cutler Road - before checking your blood pressure!). 

This is very much in keeping with Palmetto Bay being one of the leading areas for bicycling activity.

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