California Home

pictures of grapes, san francisco cable car, electronic organizer, city skyline, the hollywood sign and cypress tree

 

 

Home

Contact Us

Administration

Operations

Prevention

Training

Links

Command Center

Photo Gallery

Employee Login

Site Map

 


CAL FIRE Website
CAL FIRE Incidents
CAL FIRE Contacts
CAL FIRE Search

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

     In Cooperation With
 

                     

 
   
 

Station 22, Mesa  Fire Station 
2391 Willow Road
Arroyo Grande, CA 93420
(805) 473-7171
Map

Station 22 is located in a strategic location, able to respond into Station 20’s first due, as well as the southern area of the Five Cities.  

Station 22 is owned by the County of San Luis Obispo and is home to Medic Engine 22. Staffing at the station includes one Fire Captain and one Fire Apparatus Engineer. One, or both, of the professional firefighters assigned to Medic Engine 22 is also a licensed paramedic. Paramedic fire service allows Advanced Life Support (ALS) to begin as soon as fire crews arrive, resulting in a high level of service and higher rates of survival. Medic Engine 22 is supplemented by a 25 member Paid Call Firefighter company, who respond to all incidents via radio pager.  

Station 22 has seen a large increase in calls for service over the past three years due to substantial development. Several new housing developments, including the Woodlands project, has led to an increased in population in the Nipomo Mesa  resulting in the larger call volume. The Woodlands project includes 2 golf courses, 1,300 properties, a shopping center, business center, 500 room resort and spa hotel. Approximately, 1,100 of these properties are single family homes varying in size between 1,600-3,400 square feet.

 

Station 22

Medic Engine 22

Spartan/Smeal

Nipomo Mesa

Engine 222

Spartan/Westates

 

Station Response Time Data Work Load
Station 22 Mesa Click Here Click Here
Daily Incident Briefing

 CAL FIRE Incidents RSS

 

   

  

 

 


Back to Top of Page
       2014 State of California. Jerry Brown, Governor.

Site Design by Greg.Alex@fire.ca.gov