Queen Creek to break ground on municipal center March 1

Groundbreaking on the new Queen Creek Municipal Center will take place March 1. The center will include a new station in the Town Center for the Queen Creek Fire and Medical Department, which officials estimate will be ready to man by February 2017. Working at the existing fire station No. 411 at 22407 S. Ellsworth Road, are, from left, Firefighter David Vilt, Firefighter Aaron Athey, Engineer Patti Elzer, Capt. Matt Skowron and Firefighter Matt Highstreet. /Independent Newspapers/Wendy Miller
Groundbreaking on the new Queen Creek Municipal Center will take place March 1. The center will include a new station in the Town Center for the Queen Creek Fire and Medical Department, which officials estimate will be ready to man by February 2017. Working at the existing fire station No. 411 at 22407 S. Ellsworth Road, are, from left, Firefighter David Vilt, Firefighter Aaron Athey, Engineer Patti Elzer, Capt. Matt Skowron and Firefighter Matt Highstreet. /Independent Newspapers/Wendy Miller

By Wendy Miller | Queen Creek Independent

Queen Creek’s public safety services and town council chambers will have new homes next year as work progresses to build a new municipal center in the downtown area.

The Queen Creek Town Council on Feb. 17 voted 7-0 to release $1,874,365 for earthwork, paving and utilities work for the municipal center that will be built next to the present Municipal Services Building, 22358 S. Ellsworth Road in the downtown area.

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