We were lucky enough to get a tour of West Natick Fire Station #4 at 268 Speen St. when it was completed in July 2021. Michael Lentini, the fire chief at the time, walked us through the 17,000 square-foot station, showing off the brand-new ADA-compliant building and all its bells and whistles including the five double-deep apparatus bays; training areas; enhanced safety measures; and more.
Now the Natick Fire Department (headed by chief Jason Ferschke) invites the public to take a look during an official dedication ceremony on Sat., Dec. 3. Tours of the facility will begin at 10am, with a formal dedication ceremony at 11am.
Must see home-y details: the vintage EMERGENCY sign (try to guess where it was sourced from), and the Fight’n Fourth dining table.
EVENT: West Natick Fire Station dedication
DATE: Sat., Dec. 3, 2022
OPEN HOURS: 10am-noon
PARKING: Somewhat limited at the station’s lot, but nearby Sherwood Plaza (1298 Worcester St.) has graciously agreed to accommodate overflow parking.