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.
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."