SPI breaks ground on fire station

City staff, council members and fire department staff broke ground for the new South Padre Island Fire and Emergency Services Station on Tuesday. (Staff photo by Scarlet O’Rourke)


Staff Writer

When the city of South Pa­dre Island bid farewell to Hur­ricane Dolly in 2008, amongst other things, they also said good-bye to the original fire station.

On Tuesday, June 14, city staff, council members and fire department staff came together to break ground to mark the rebuilding of the city’s original fire station.

The SPI Fire Department, Emergency Medical Services and Beach Patrol have been housed in the old city hall since Dolly struck. Though they were thankful for a place of operation, it was a far cry from what they needed to best serve the community.

For more on this story, pick up a copy of the June 16 edition of the Port Isabel South Padre Press or check out our E-edition by clicking here.


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