Partnership between MUD and ESD gives birth to Station 52

Posted: September 04, 2020  |  2 min read

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Fort Bend County Emergency Services District No. 7 is happy to announce land acquisition for a new fire station that will help the department better serve the central portions and northern neighborhoods of the District. FBCESD 7 has partnered with the Fort Bend Municipal Utility District 23 to acquire land inside of the Teal Run neighborhood for a brand-new fire station. This station when complete will be the District’s second station and known as, Station 52.

At the August 24th Public Meeting, the Commissioners of FBCESD7 publicly thanked the Directors of Fort Bend MUD 23 for the dedication of time and effort to provide better emergency services for the residents in the area.

Will Thomas, President of Fort Bend County MUD 23, said the following, regarding the partnership between the two Districts. “Over the last two years, we have work closely with Fort Bend Emergency Services District 7 to help find a new home for their next station.” President Thomas continued, “Fort Bend County MUD 23’s goal is to always better serve our residents and this station will go a long way to enhance response times for our residents and we are extremely excited.”

Now that FBCESD 7 officially owns the land the board will begin the process of planning and design on Station 52. The board selected a committee of two Commissioners to begin seeking input and starting the process of selecting an architect for the project. It is the FBCESD 7 plan, to continue to update residents throughout the process of building Station 52.

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