On May 15, 2017, the Wake County Board of Commissioners approved a 40 year ground lease for 2.4 acres on the campus of Wake Tech North for a new EMS Station.  This site is located at the intersection of Louisburg Road (US 401) and Fox Road near I-540.  This new station will provide EMS response to an area where there is a gap in coverage and it will enable Wake EMS to decluster EMS units currently at Mini-City.
On October 16, 2017, the Board of Commissioners approved the schematic design for the EMS New Hope Station with three single length ambulance bays, which will house a peak load unit, a 24-hour response unit, and an Advance Practice Paramedic vehicle.
On June 18, 2018, the Board of Commissioners approved a construction contract with TCC Enterprises to construct the new facility along with all of the necessary site improvements.


Site Acreage:​ ​2.4 acres
​Parking: ​10 spaces
Building Area: ​4,357 SF
​Number of Vehicle/ Ambulance/ Apparatus Bays: ​3
Programs Offered: EMS
Architect: Williard Stewart Architects, PA
Contractor: ​TCC Enterprises, Inc.
Construction Budget: ​$1.9 million
Projected Opening: July 2019
Projected Completion: May/June 2019
Current Phase: ​Completed

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EMS New Hope Floor PlanEMS New Hope Site Plan