DIXON (WREX) — Local business Raynor Garage Doors helped the City of Dixon restore a historic property with a massive donation.
Raynor donated three large garage doors to the city, to help restore the historic building that now holds Dixon City Hall.
“It’s really cool, it’s so important to a community to capture our history as we’re updating and renovating,” Mayor Li Arellano said.
The building, built in 1908, was once the city’s fire station and has been a community staple ever since.
The original three doors at the former Dixon Fire Department, which is now City Hall.
Raynor’s Eden Coast overlay on the doors allowed the team to closely replicate the look of the original doors from the early 20th century.
“[We] couldn’t be more happy with the way [the doors] turned out, the way they look,” Raynor Garage Doors Chairman and CEO, Ray Neisewander, III said. “I think everybody in Dixon can be proud, this is a great old building.”
Raynor Garage Doors donated an overlay model that allowed it to restore the original look of the building.