Station 34

Station 34The "New" Station 34 was completed in 2005. This Headquarters station replaced the previous Station 34, which was built in 1954. Station 34 is located at 16th and "D" Ave, next to Kimball Park. The station houses Engine 34, Truck 34, Battalion 57, Rescue 34 and two reserve apparatus. The station itself boasts of over 19,000 sq ft and four apparatus bays. Also at this site is the state of the art training tower and drill yard. The station has a community room and a separate history showroom for R-1, our completely restored 1925 Seagrave Fire Engine.

Inside the station are all the modern day amenities one could ask for in a Fire Station. Each Firefighter, Engineer and Captain on duty has their own rooms upstairs, complete with brass fire pole. Two separate workout areas with new fitness equipment. A large day room with leather recliners and Plasma TV. The kitchen is a cook’s dream! The outdoor patio has a built in BBQ.

The 5 story-training tower was the first of it's kind in San Diego County. It includes a propane live burn room, ventilation prop, search and rescue props with zero visibility capabilities, a "Denver" prop, forcible entry props on the doors and numerous repelling stations throughout. The drill yard has it's own water pump and tank with a complete runoff recovery system.

Feel free to stop by and take a look!
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