City of Lebanon // Public Safety Center
To adequately protect its growing population, the City of Lebanon needed to add a third fire station to their protection district. The Lebanon Public Safety Center is comprised of a fire station, fire district main offices, and an emergency dispatch call center. The apparatus bay includes space for three fire engines and is designed to be expanded into four bays in the future if needed. The facility’s design was closely coordinated and programmed with the city to result in a cost-effective solution to emergency services architecture without sacrificing space or function. One way that the team was able to intertwine the public identity into the design is by using the local school district’s black and gold colors in place of traditional fire station ‘red’ like you might expect.