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Fire Stations

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Station 1 was officially opened July 1, 2006. This approximately 16,000 square foot station will house Engine 21 and Rescue 21 and serve the Residents of Manhattan Beach for many years to come.

Station 1 first in area of Responsibility is from the Pacific Ocean east to Sepulveda Boulevard and north and south to the cities boundaries. This station responds to mutual aid calls to the neighboring cities.

Station 1: 400 15th Street

2012 Fire Station 1 

  • One Paramedic Engine company (E21) crew of 3
  • One Paramedic Rescue (R21) crew of 2
  • One Command Vehicle (BC21) crew of 1
  • Fire Administrative offices
    • Fire Chief
    • Fire Prevention
    • Administrative Assistant

Station 2: 1400 Manhattan Beach Boulevard

Station 2 was officially opened December 12, 1954. At approximately 3,000 square feet, this station houses E22. This station's first in responsibilities are Sepulveda Boulevard to Aviation Boulevard to the east and from Artesia to Rosecrans. This station also responds to Mutual aid calls in the surrounding cities and strike teams to areas of southern California during brush fire seasons.

2012 Fire Station 2 

  • One Paramedic Engine Company (E22) crew of 3