Easton Police Station

Easton Police Station

Easton, PA

Easton police officers never felt comfortable in the building on Pine Street. The space, located next to a parking garage, was never designed as a police station and officers struggled to organize spaces in an efficient manner. The poor layout affected safety and morale.

Client
City of Easton
Services
Architecture, Interiors
Website
easton-pa.com
Square Footage
11,000 square feet
Photography
Matt Wargo,
Steve Wolf

Alloy5 assisted the City of Easton as it examined several potential sites, including a former armory and an empty lot in the city’s gateway. When the perfect location was identified, Alloy5 was hired to create a new police headquarters which blended new construction with an existing structure.

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The new facility doubled the size of the station and created space so the department could increase its numbers by at least 20 more officers. The building features a tactical firing range with movable targets and a gym that doubles as a combat training space. Classrooms and spacious offices round out the three floors and a garage with an overhang keeps police cars free of snow.