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Fairmount Avenue Fire Station

Project Description

This project provides for the design and construction of a new permanent fire station of approximately 14,273 square feet. The facility will accommodate an apparatus bay and a crew of ten fire personnel, onsite surface parking, dorm rooms, kitchen, watch room, ready room, station alerting system, IT data network, wet and dry utilities, electrical, mechanical and all other necessary infrastructure associated with this project. The project site is located east of Interstate 805 on the corner of 47th Street and Fairmount Avenue on a 1.28-acre site. The facility's key function is to meet the San Diego Fire Department’s operational needs and response times for the growing community of Mid-City/City Heights in council districts 4 and 9.

Anticipated Schedule 

The project's planning, design and construction process is on hold pending the identification of a funding source and approval of an Environmental Impact Report. 

Additional budget and schedule information are available here.

Contact Us

For questions about this project contact the Engineering & Captial Projects Department at 619-533-4207, email engineering@sandiego.gov or submit your inquiry online. Please reference "Fairmount Avenue Fire Station" in your inquiry.