Donalda has a great new fire hall, building to contribute to efficiency

A modern construction – Donalda’s new fire hall is equipped with upgraded equipment to to help local volunteer firefighters to attend to emergencies faster. The building also has the latitude to be used for other public purposes.

As part of efforts to enhance the efficiency of fire and rescue services throughout the County of Stettler, a new fire hall was inaugurated in Donalda last week.

Funded partly by a municipal sponsorship grant by the province and partly by the County of Stettler, the new fire hall was brought into service at a total cost of $1.1 million.

A breakdown of the project costs show that engineering and surveying expenditures totalled $33,809 with $40,000 going to land acquisition and insurance while furniture and equipment costs totalled $38,924.

Construction of the building cost $1 million.

Part of the Stettler Regional Fire and Rescue, Donalda Fire Hall is staffed by six volunteer firefighters.

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