The Kings County Board of Supervisors will hold a study session at its Tuesday meeting on how California high-speed rail might affect Kings County fire stations, including their emergency response times.
Citygate Associates will present its final report on a study it conducted.
The Kings County Fire Department retained Citygate to conduct a comprehensive analysis on its operations and to conduct a fire station location analysis to provide recommendations on where future stations should be located to improve response time for the greater unincorporated Hanford/Lemoore service area.
In other action, the board will also consider West Hills Community College District’s resolution to change district election dates to even-numbered years for consolidation with statewide elections.
County supervisors will meet 9 a.m. Tuesday in the board chambers at the Kings County Government Center, 1400 W. Lacey Blvd. in Hanford.