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November Ballot Will Allow Voters to Approve New Police Facility

Firestone residents will have the opportunity to cast their vote this November to approve financing for a new public safety facility for the Firestone Police Department. Read more about the upcoming election. Read on

First Street Reconstruction Begins in Historic Firestone

Work has begun on the reconstruction of First Street between Grant Avenue and Buchanan Avenue. The reconstruction will include the replacement of the curb, gutter, sidewalk and the asphalt pavement. Read on

Monitor Water Usage With Free Alert System
Are you unsure of the amount of water you’re using within your home? As a resident of Firestone, you have access to the AquaHawk water alert system to set up alerts for possible water leaks, set monthly water usage budgets and more. Read on
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Trustee Damsma Sworn Into Vacant Seat with the Board of Trustees Firestone Trustee John Damsma took his position among the Firestone Board of Trustees as he was sworn in at the Aug. 17, 2016, meeting. Damsma was appointed to the Board by fellow members following a vacancy left by Jennifer Weinberger. Read on

Residents to Provide Input on Architectural Design at Community Meeting Planning continues to progress on a proposed public safety facility for the Firestone Police Department. The next step gives Firestone residents a chance to provide feedback on architectural design at a community meeting on Sept. 1, 2016. Read on

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Town Accepting Applications for Planning Commission and Parks Board The Town of Firestone is now accepting applications from Firestone residents who are willing to serve on its Planning Commission, as well as the Parks, Trails and Recreation Advisory Board. Read on

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