MOSES LAKE — Representatives from Grant County Fire District 5 and the Grant County Conservation District broke ground Monday at the fire district training facility at 12801 Road 2 NE for a new state-of-the-art facility uniting the two agencies.

The project is two years in the making, said Conservation District technical consultant Harold Crose. When the Conservation District, looking to expand, heard District 5 was looking for a new training facility, it decided to partner.

Half of the new facility will be used by the conservation district, and half will be used by the fire district, Crose said, but the conservation district will permanently use the building as its new headquarters, whereas District 5 will use it as needed.

Source: GCFD 5, conservation district start on new facility | Columbia Basin Herald