City of Bristol, Virginia hosts Town Hall Meeting with the Fire and EMS Study Team
City of Bristol, VA – A Town Hall Meeting for the residents of the City of Bristol, Virginia was held at 7 p.m. on December 4th, 2017. The meeting was held in City Council Chambers at City Hall, located at 300 Lee Street.
City Manager Randall Eads requested that the Virginia Fire Services Board undertake a study of fire and emergency medical services in the City of Bristol, VA. The town hall meeting allowed residents and stakeholders in Bristol to discuss their concerns on Fire and EMS service delivery with the study team in an open forum.
The study will be reviewing several areas of responsibility within the City’s fire and rescue services in order to maximize opportunities for improvement and provide overall enhancement of the quality and coordination of EMS and Fire service delivery to the City’s citizens.
Thank you to those who attended the Town Hall meeting and voiced your concerns!
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