Work is progressing on renovations for Fire Station 62 on 3777 Dayton-Xenia Road. The renovations are designed to bring the station up to current building codes and increase space to accommodate additional firefighters.

Updates to the living quarters of Beavercreek Township Fire Station 62 include additional bunk rooms for mixed genders, new kitchen appliances and cabinets, multiple bathrooms with showers for mixed genders, separate laundry rooms for uniforms and linens and soiled fire gear, a fitness room, and ADA compliant public restroom.


Hot Renovation: Fire Department Station 62 undergoing renovations. Photo © Craig Barhorst

Other renovations include new plumbing and electrical, roof repair and building structure reinforcements to comply with current building codes. The station, built in 1963, was originally designed as a volunteer fire station. New additions to the original building are being added to accommodate the additional personnel of a full-time fire department and to modernize the facility.