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Join us for the Public Safety Building Dedication

News Release
Dedication of Hugh Nichols Public Safety Building

(March 27, 2012) Mayor Tom Dale, Chief LeRoy Forsman, and the Nampa Development Corporation invite the community to attend the Dedication Ceremony for the new Hugh Nichols Public Safety Building. The ceremony will be April 4, 2012 at 1 pm at the front of the building located at 820 2nd Street South. Guided tours of the new building will be available to the public following the ceremony.

The Dedication Ceremony will feature the 25th Army Band Tuba Quartet, the Nampa Police Color Guard, the changing of the command flag, a special presentation by the Hugh Nichols family to Chief Forsman, and a ribbon cutting.

A number of Hugh Nichols’ family members will be in attendance for the ceremony. They will present his service revolver, service holster, badge and other items to the chief. Those items will be displayed in a special case in the lobby of the building. Hugh Nichols is the only Nampa Police Officer killed in the line of duty.

What: Dedication of Hugh Nichols Public Safety Building
When: Wednesday, April 4, 2012
Time: 1 pm
Where: Hugh Nichols Public Safety Building
820 2nd Street South, Nampa

Those attending the ceremony may park on the south side of the CARQUEST Auto Parts parking lot (4th Street South & 10th Avenue South), the south side of AutoZone Auto Parts’ parking lot (8th Avenue South & 3rd Street South), the Nampa Civic Center parking lot, and the parking lot near the old Public Safety Building (southwest corner of 12th Avenue South & 3rd Street South).

A special thanks to CARQUEST and AutoZone for opening their parking lots for this event, Nampa Rollerdrome for providing parking for dignitaries, Wal-mart (E. Franklin Rd) for providing the cake and punch, and Centennial Job Corps Culinary Arts for serving the cake and punch.


Media Contact: Sharla Arledge
City of Nampa