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Station 11, Cayucos          

Cayucos Fire Station
108 Chaney
Cayucos, CA 93430
(805) 995-1133
 
                                                          

 

CAL FIRE, San Luis Obispo Unit Station 11 is one of the most unique fire stations in the state of California, with breathtaking panoramic views of the pacific-ocean.  The on-duty crew is responsible for a unique and varying response area, including cliffs in Montana de Oro State Park, ocean rescues from Morro Bay to Cambria, vehicle accidents, fires, medical and hazardous materials incidents. The Cayucos fire station is ideally located for emergencies along this popular stretch of Highway 1, ensuring both citizens an visitors safety enjoy the area. 

Cayucos fire station is staffed 24 hours a day with a minimum of one Fire Captain and one Firefighter I. During peak fire season staffing, Cayucos Station is staffed by a crew of four. During the “non” fire-season months, usually mid-October to mid-May, the Cayucos Fire Protection District pays for staffing at the Cayucos Fire Station, ensuring staffed fire protection year-round to the citizens of Cayucos.  

 

The Cayucos Fire Station crew is responsible for the training and administration of Morro-Toro Station 14 Paid-Call-Firefighter’s, located east of Cayucos along Highway 41.

Station 11

Engine 3469

International/West Mark

Cayucos

Utility 3451

Ford F250 

 


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