The existing Multi-Agency 911 Communications Center was housed in lease space in the Washington National Guard Armory. Because of aging building systems and cramped space, the MACC 911 Board decided to build a new state-of-the-art facility at their existing 3-acre radio communication tower site on South Hamilton Road in northeast Moses Lake.  The design of the 9,713 square foot steel-framed facility incorporates regional geologic features, landscape material and building material colors to integrate into its natural and regional surroundings.
       
     
 The existing Multi-Agency 911 Communications Center was housed in lease space in the Washington National Guard Armory. Because of aging building systems and cramped space, the MACC 911 Board decided to build a new state-of-the-art facility at their existing 3-acre radio communication tower site on South Hamilton Road in northeast Moses Lake.  The design of the 9,713 square foot steel-framed facility incorporates regional geologic features, landscape material and building material colors to integrate into its natural and regional surroundings.
       
     

The existing Multi-Agency 911 Communications Center was housed in lease space in the Washington National Guard Armory. Because of aging building systems and cramped space, the MACC 911 Board decided to build a new state-of-the-art facility at their existing 3-acre radio communication tower site on South Hamilton Road in northeast Moses Lake.

The design of the 9,713 square foot steel-framed facility incorporates regional geologic features, landscape material and building material colors to integrate into its natural and regional surroundings.