Station 25

Station 25

5674 W. Pacific Coast Highway, Ventura, CA 93001
(805) 371-1111 x25

Emergencies: Dial 911

Station 25 History

Station 25

Fire Station 25 serves the Rincon area of Ventura County. The original fire station (a converted gas station) was located on the beach. Many times firefighters had to sandbag their own fire station during heavy storms. However, when Highway 101 was improved, the beach was covered by what is now the Highway 101/Seacliff overcrossing, isolating the station from the water. The current station was built in 1989 using federal grant funding. The Rincon Fire Station is staffed daily by three firefighters. The apparatus serving this station includes: Engine 25; Reserve Engine 125; 1,800-gallon Water Tender 25; and Utility 25.

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