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Rosemont Station 55 - New Station
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Location/Service Area
Station 55 is located on a 2.6-acre site along Hidden Springs Road near Rosemont. It shares a southern boundary with Trillium Creek Elementary School. The future station’s service area includes single- and multi-family housing, commercial structures, and areas of forest and agricultural land.

Why a New Station?
Fire District leadership conducted a thorough analysis of population density, incident types, and traffic when determining the ideal location for the new station. TVF&R identified the need for a station in this location to ensure fast and effective emergency response to local residents and to strengthen emergency response in the greater West Linn area. Due to the topography of the area and transportation network in West Linn, locating the station at the top of the hill at its proposed location offers the best coverage and fastest response times to emergency incidents.

Project Description
Rosemont Station 55 will be a single-story fire station staffed around the clock by a four-person crew with room to expand if call volume increases. The station will feature a community meeting room.

Estimated Construction Timeline
The contractor began construction in mid-May with a target completion in summer 2018.

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20790 Hidden Springs Road
West Linn, OR 97068


Project Update

January 2018
Contractors began wrapping the building and installing the roof. Meanwhile, framing continues along with mechanical, electrical and plumbing rough-in work.
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Building wrap and roof installation is ongoing. Below, electrical and plumbing rough-in work continues. Contractors installed the air ducts in the station's future community room.
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December 2017
Site work continues. Contractors installed roof trusses and continue to frame the future station.
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Framing work is ongoing. Contractors installed the roof trusses, and the concrete block enclosures for the future generator and propane tank are complete.
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November 2017
Site utility work continues. Building construction is underway. Contractors poured the slab and started framing.
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Framing materials are stocked for the work in progress. Contractors have placed the stem walls on footings for the station's garden shed, below.
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October 2017
The project is moving along. Contractors continue concrete work and prepare for framing to begin.
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The concrete slab takes shape.

September 2017
Contractors are keeping busy on the site with excavation and concrete work and importing fill for site subgrade.
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Contractors poured the footings and continue work beneath the wall. A vehicle barrier has been installed.
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August 2017
Site work continues. Contractors are installing electrical and plumbing utility infrastructure. Excavation for building footings is complete. Formwork and pours are scheduled.
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The retaining wall is complete. Contractors work on fine grading for the main portion of the building pad. Below, plumbing and electrical infrastructure is installed.
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July 2017
Contractors are importing fill for site sub-grade and concrete work. Excavation and other site work continues.
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Contractors import fill, build a retaining wall and form footings.
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June 2017
Contractors began installation of a mechanically stabilized retaining wall.
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Construction is underway, and we would like to thank our neighbors for the donation of a picnic table for our contractors to use on site.
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May 2017

The project team has received site permits from the city, and the contractor has started mobilization activities.
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Contractors prepared a portion of the site for a job shack that was delivered and placed.

February 2017
The architect and engineering team submitted plans to the city of West Linn for permit review and approval.

January 2017
The city approved the conditional land-use application, and the appeal period closed. The architect continued to develop plans, and the project team completed the quality assurance review.

December 2016
The city of West Linn held a land-use hearing on December 7. The project team continued to work on the development of plans and specifications for the station.

October 2016
The city deemed the land-use application for Station 55 complete.

September 2016
The project team submitted the land-use application to the city of West Linn on September 13.

June 2016
The project team continued to work through the land-use application approval process. The team attended the Hidden Springs Neighborhood Association meeting on June 21.

May 2016
TVF&R purchased property from the West Linn-Wilsonville School District. A schematic design of the station was completed, and a pre-application conference with the city was held on May 19.

April 2016
Due-diligence work was completed. The district expected to close on property acquisition within the next few weeks.