Fire Station Replacements Project

Courtesy of Miller Hull Partnership

Fire Station 42 Rendering
  1. Project Updates
  2. Key Features

Fire Stations 42 (Downtown Station) and 45 (Canyon Park) are being completely replaced by new, modern fire stations. These two new buildings will allow Bothell Fire Department to continue providing the community with first-class emergency services for the next fifty years.


March 2023 Update 

Station 42 Ribbon Cutting & Open House - March 25, 10 am - 12 pm

Mark your calendars and join city leaders, project partners and the Bothell community on Saturday, March 25, for the Fire Station 42 Ribbon Cutting and Open House, taking place from 10am-12pm. The Ribbon Cutting is also an opportunity to recognize and say farewell to Bothell's recently retired Fire Chief, Bruce Kroon.


The project is almost entirely funded by the Safe and Secure Bond worth $35.5 million. On Feb. 2, 2021, City Council approved an amended Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) and total project cost of $38 million. The additional $2.5 million of the total project cost will be funded by fire impact fees. See Agenda Bill 21-007 for additional information.