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Pine Mountain Public Safety Center

The Pine Mountain Public Safety Center was designed to match other commercial structures in town. Arches top the apparatus bay doors, entrance doors and windows. Care was taken to match existing brick color as closely as possible. Free-standing light fixtures in front of the entrance doors resemble old hitching posts. Lights located along the bay doors, even with the windows, resemble old style lanterns

The Pine Mountain Public Safety Center has been the town’s most ambitious project since construction of the wetlands sewer system.

The Pine Mountain Fire Department, Pine Mountain Police Department, and a Harris County EMS unit are currently housed in the facility. Fire department and EMS personnel share one side of the building while the police department is located on the other side. The public safety center measures about 80 feet by 100 feet.

A training room and kitchen are shared by all agencies, which served to cut costs, but after that, access is restricted into the respective areas.

The fire station section of the building, which houses the EMS unit, includes a three-bay, pull-through apparatus bay. At 80 feet deep, each bay can house two fire engines. Also in the apparatus bay is an equipment room that runs the entire 80-foot length of the bay. A smaller storage room is located in the apparatus bay and is currently being utilized by EMS.

The fire department side also contains a small day room, two offices, two restrooms, two combination restrooms with showers, a utility room with standard washer and dryer, a commercial washer in the apparatus bay for turnout gear, and a bunkroom.

Harris County is currently involved in the renovation and expansion of the county’s general aviation airport located just outside of Pine Mountain. Part of the expansion plan includes an EMS/fire station at the airport. When that facility is completed, the EMS unit will move from the Pine Mountain Public Safety Center to the airport.

The Pine Mountain Public Safety Center was designed by Precision Planning of Lawrenceville. D. Dean and Associates, of Columbus, served as the General Contractors for construction of the center.

For more information about the Pine Mountain Public Safety Center, email


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