City debuts reconstructed Fire Station 41

The City of Overland Park Fire Department held a hose uncoupling ceremony and open house on Friday, June 28 at the reconstructed Fire Station 41. The new facility, located at 7550 W. 75th Street, is built on the original Marty Memorial Station site and the adjacent property.

Prioritizing sanitation and staff safety, the design of Fire Station 41 features new decontamination areas and expanded spaces separating equipment and living quarters. The station also incorporates modern design best practices, offering individual, gender-inclusive living quarters and restrooms.

The extended driveway, along with two back-in truck bays and two drive-through truck bays, facilitates easy return of fire trucks to the station with minimal disruption to traffic on 75th Street. Additionally, solar panels installed on the roof generate approximately 75 percent of the building’s power, with the City expecting to recover the costs of design and installation through energy savings over the next 16 years.

Learn more about the new Fire Station 41 on the project page, and view photos from the hose uncoupling ceremony below.