After battling black mold and vermin for years, city of Lodi will replace Fire Station 2
The city of Lodi has purchased land on Cherokee Lane that will house a replacement for Fire Station 2, after firefighters spent a decade battling vermin and black mold at the old station.
- Lodi fire stations at a glance
Station 1, 210 W. Elm St. — Built in 1967.
Station 2, 705 E. Lodi Ave. — Built in 1981.
Station 3, 2141 S. Ham Lane — Built in 1974.
Station 4, 180 N. Lower Sacramento Road — Built in 2002.
Posted: Saturday, January 19, 2013 12:00 am
The city of Lodi has purchased land and is in the process of replacing the problematic Fire Station 2, where firefighters have had to deal with rodents and black mold for a decade.
For years, the Lodi City Council and city staff have sought to rebuild the station, but city staff has struggled to find a suitable piece of property.
Saturday, January 19, 2013 12:00 am.