City of League City Fire Station No. 2 Expansion
Originally opened in September 1979, League City’s Fire Station No. 2 needed numerous upgrades and enhancements to meet the needs of this growing Texas Gulf Coast community.
The new 9,200-square-foot addition to Fire Station No. 2 reflects the style of the original structure while providing two additional vehicle bays for EMS vehicles. The expansion also includes offices, a kitchen and recreation area, sleeping quarters, and training facilities.
As a key emergency facility for the League City community, the addition is designed to withstand wind gusts up to 146 miles per hour (Category 4 hurricane) and the diverse weather conditions of the Texas Gulf Coast. The finished floor sits nearly one foot above the 500-year flood plain, and the facility has 100 percent backup power to support all key operations during an outage.
- Design that reflects the style of the original fire station structure
- Two additional vehicle bays
- Offices, kitchen and recreation area, sleeping quarters, and training facilities
- Structural improvements to withstand harsh weather conditions and power outages