The Pajaro Valley Fire Station project was the construction of a new one-story fire station to serve the needs of the growing Pajaro Valley community. The new facility is approximately 6,000 feet. The fire station has three main areas: apparatus bays, lobby / office / meeting room / restrooms, and living quarters for the fire fighters.
The remote location of this new facility required the development of a self contained fueling station, LPG back up, and emergency generator to accommodate twenty-four hour a day utilities operations, inclusive of sewage and fueling pumps.
Construction began in August 2004, and was completed in August 2005.
Pajaro Valley Fire Protection District
562 Casserly Road
Watsonville, CA 95067
C3 Design Alliance
1704 Union Street
San Francisco, CA 94123
James Rosewall Construction
1300 West Beach Street
Watsonville, CA 95076