Project Control Board Team Established to Oversee Construction of New Edithvale CFA Station

An Andrews Labor Government is committed to building a new station for the Edithvale CFA, supporting our hard working firefighters who work tirelessly to keep the local community safe.

Minister for Emergency Services, Jane Garret joined member for Mordialloc, Tim Richardson MP to reaffirm Labor’s commitment to build a new station.

The local firefighters are supportive of the planned new station which will include additional bays, offices, training facilities and car parking.

Recently a project Control Board team was established to oversee the project, comprising of representatives from the CFA, City of Kingston, and local elected representatives including Tim Richardson MP.

Over the past 12 months the Edithvale CFA has attended 88 fires and explosions, 53 protected premises and high-risk structures, 50 motor vehicle accidents and 18 hazardous material incidents.

Edithvale CFA has had a long and proud history of serving and protecting our community since its establishment in 1925. It is an entirely volunteer brigade, supported by over 80 local members who play a vital role in keeping our region safe.

Quotes attributable to Member for Mordialloc, Tim Richardson MP

“The Edithvale CFA is one of the most active brigades in the state. It is important that we build them a new station to support their continued efforts for the community.”

“Our local firefighters work hard to protect us and they deserve our support.”

Quotes attributable to Minister for Emergency Services, Jane Garret MP

“A new station will provide better facilities for firefighters and continue the work of previous Labor governments.”


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