The new 44,000 SF central fire station in Oswego has 15 bunks, 8 apparatus bays, 1 maintenance bay, and 6 small vehicle bays. This building now meets the needs of Oswego’s growing fire protection district. Aesthetically, the village incorporated elements of an old
Chicago fire house into the new station. The old Chicago Style architecture included in the design is complete with a bell tower and traditional red overhead doors. Traditional design was incorporated into the interior as well with the fire commander’s platform and sliding poles.