03/03/08 52 W, 1 I - + 12 - 8 Lightner Public Safety Center

On February 19, the Raleigh City Council received a presentation of the design plan. You can watch and listen to the presentation as archived on the CTV site. Fast forward to the 38 minute mark of the February 19 video link. Also read this related press release. Image below from WRAL:

Speaking of developments, here’s a site with renderings of the Wake County Justice Center: http://www.gogoraleigh.com/2008/02/11/wa..
Legeros - 03/03/08 - 18:10

I guess the City of Oaks is onboard with dropping some dough on public safety as of late.. http://www.wral.com/news/local/story/251..
CFP 7021 (Email) - 03/03/08 - 18:11

Note that the Fire Department gets ONE floor in the building. 911 operations are on an upper floor.
jeff harkey (Email) (Web Site) - 03/04/08 - 09:22

Note that Wake County Fire employees like 20 people total…
guest - 03/06/08 - 23:55

guest, how do you figure?
confused - 03/07/08 - 09:00

to “Guest” —- this building is the RALEIGH public safety center. Wake County’s Justice Center is a separate project. The Raleigh Fire Department will have one floor (which is somewhere around 100 people, I figure), with 911 operations on an upper floor. Raleigh Police will have most of the rest of the building.

And you are correct, guest, in your estimation of the number of Wake County Public Safety Fire/Rescue Division officials who actually have offices in the current Wake County Public Safety Center, but they will move to the new building when it is built. However, there are more than just 20 people employed by Wake County Fire/Rescue – think about all the instructors who help out at WCFTC, they aren’t all Wake Tech folks, and there are others I’m sure I’m forgetting.
EMS 7597 (Email) - 03/07/08 - 19:25

any museum/archival/exhibition facilities, or future space set up for such?
corner hydrant - 03/08/08 - 00:31

Maybe I missed it, but where is the relocation to the CITY bldg of WCFR cited? I see moving the EOCs to one bldg, but not to a joint EOC which makes no sense.
Concerned Taxpayer - 03/08/08 - 12:27

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