At the intersection of I5 and 520, the Roanoke Fire Station 22 is the last replacement fire station from the 2003 City of Seattle Fire Levy. The previous 50-year-old building had outdated systems and it did not meet regulatory compliance. The new station houses the E22 Engine Company as well as the department’s Incident Command Unit. It is designed with updated systems needed for modern fire-fighting, as well as a decontamination/clean room and storage for major disaster supplies. The building has several sustainability features including PV panels on the roof and buried cisterns in the apparatus bay for reuse of captured roof rainwater. The new station’s structure is a two-story steel framed building with concrete and light gauge steel framed walls, and a traditional hose tower of reinforced concrete.