The $4.2 million bond measure is on the May ballot.
The fire chief says the current station doesn’t have a live-in area, it only has one bathroom, and there’s not enough spaces to park vehicles inside.
He says they need a bigger facility to help accommodate a growing town.
“When the economy starts to turn a little more and we see the community begin to grow again, we need a fire station that can keep up with the growth of the town,” said John Goucher, Harrisburg Fire Chief.
Voters said no to a new station twice before–in 2002 and in 2006.