The Jefferson City Fire Department will host a grand opening of Fire Station No. 2.
The fire department will have a ribbon-cutting and flag-raising ceremony at 4 p.m. May 22 at 2935 E. McCarty St.
The new 10,500-square-foot station has 2.5 bays, a training room, gear storage room, training mezzanine, kitchen and dining area, a police substation, multipurpose room, and bunk rooms.
The Jefferson City Council approved a $2.9 million contract with Curtis-Manes-Schulte Inc. in June 2018 for the project.
The city authorized the sale of the old Fire Station No. 2 at 2400 E. McCarty St.