Pajaro Valley Fire Station – Watsonville, CA

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.

Project Details



Pajaro Valley Fire Protection District<br /> 562 Casserly Road<br /> Watsonville, CA 95067<br /> 831/722-6188



C3 Design Alliance<br /> 1704 Union Street<br /> San Francisco, CA 94123<br /> 415/749-2670



James Rosewall Construction<br /> 1300 West Beach Street<br /> Watsonville, CA 95076<br /> 831/728-5300