Created By: The Sandpoint Group
Built on property donated by L.D. Farmin, the building was originally graced with a roof cupola housing a bell and later a siren. Up until the 1970s, the curfew siren blew each evening at 10 pm to ensure teenagers were off the streets. The fire station occupied the space where the vehicle bay doors can still be seen. The building also once served as the city library.
This point of interest is part of the tour: Sandpoint ...a walk through history.