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Menlo Park Fire Station #3

Station 3 in the Menlo Park Fire Protection District serves the Town of Atherton.  In addition to Atherton, station 3 also covers areas that are in the unincorporated areas of Redwood City.  Since it's response area borders the City of Redwood City, the personnel manning Engine 3 find themselves responding into Redwood City as an automatic aid engine.  This original Station 3 was an old red brick building settled around the large Atherton style homes. Many of the District's firefighters often called the brick house.

 

After the Loma Prieata earthquake the Fire District began to study the Districts buildings for earthquake sturdiness.  During that study it was determined that the original station would need to be torn down.  This phase of the seismic project was completed in 1998 with a brand new modern style fire station.  The District's seismic upgrade project team worked very closely with the architects, CJW Architecture, and the contractors, Gonsalves and Stronck to build the modern Station 3.

 

Just as the old brick station fit very comfortable in the Atherton surroundings, the project team built a station that blends into its surroundings very nicely.  The station is manned by 3 firefighters, 1 Captain and 2 firefighters. One of the three personnel will also be a licensed paramedic providing the Town of Atherton a Advanced Life Support Engine.Housed in this station is one of the District's newest Pierce combination pumpers that was purchased in the year 2000.  It was designed by the District's Apparatus team, made up of firefighters and management staff, that has many modern features.  This station also has additional duties within the District. The firefighters working at this station are also involved in managing the District's EMS Operations. They not only assist the EMS Division Chief with the day to day operations but they also coordinate the restocking of all EMS supplies in the District. 

 

BUILDER: Gonsalves and Stronck

 

Menlo Park Fire Station #77 and USAR

Station 77 for the Menlo Park Fire District is located in East Menlo Park. The construction of Station 77 was complete in 1998.  The contractors used for this part of the project were Gonsalves and Stronck.  Station 77 was designed as a multibay station and is manned by 3 firefighting personnel (1 Captain and 2 Fire Fighters) and 2 Shop personnel (1 Fleet Manager and Mechanic).  Operated out of Station 77 is Engine 77 a 2001 Pierce Saber Engine that was designed by the Districts Apparatus Committee. Also out of Station 77 the District operates an Air Boat, USAR Vehicles and the other various Utility Vehicles owned by the District.  Included in this site is a new modern shop facility.  The District two mechanics on staff that perform all maintenance on apparatus and equipment.  This shop facility is equipped with all necessary systems that are necessary today to protect the environment.

 

BUILDERGonsalves and Stronck

 

Menlo Park Fire stations