Tuesday 20 Aug 2019

Groundbreaking For New 911 & Emergency Operations Center (PHOTOS)

Wayne County breaks ground for its new 911 and Emergency Operations Center.

During Tuesday’s ceremony, Wayne County Manager Craig Honeycutt said “the project is long overdue.”

Honeycutt thanks all the partners in the project, especially Duplin County which allowed Wayne County to secure additional funding from the 911 Board.

The County Manager closed the ceremony by thanking the county’s emergency responders, and said the new facility will help fire, EMS and police better serve the public.

The 12,000 square foot 911 and Emergency Operations Center will cost over $5 million to construct.

The new facility, located on the 1600 block of Clingman Street in Goldsboro, is expected to open in late 2020.

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