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Clarksville Fire Station No. 2

Clarksville Fire Station No. 2

The Clarksville Fire Station No. 2 is a new firehouse that will serve as the headquarters for the Clarksville Fire Department, which handles Eighty percent (80%) of the Fire and EMS calls in Clarksville.

The 20,000 s.f. building is located near Clarksville Town Hall and allows the fire department to have better education and training on site.  The new facility includes a training/hose tower, as well as, a 40-seat classroom facility.

Clarksville Fire Station No. 2
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