It's a project three years in the making and this weekend Williamstown will unveil its new public safety building.
Crews broke ground on the 2-and-a-half million dollar project back in May. The new public safety building houses Williamtown's volunteer fire department and ambulance services under one roof. It also has a space for the Orange County Sheriff's Department and the Vermont State Police. Town officials say the new location will allow police to spend more time patrolling the area and less time commuting between the barracks to process minor violations.
There will be an open house Saturday from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. for anyone who would like to see the new facility.