Chula Vista (CA) Fire Department Opens Second New Station in a Month

For the second time in about a month, the Chula Vista Fire Department opened a new station.

For the second time in about a month, the Chula Vista (CA) Fire Department opened a new station, reports sandiegouniontribune.com.

The $8.9 million, 13,000-square-foot Station 3, located at 100 Moss St. near Naples Street, replaces the 60-year-old facility that was formerly Station 9.

Much like the new Station No. 5 on Orange Avenue, Station 3 features roll-up doors, the ability to house modern fire equipment, four drive-through bays, and 10 bunk rooms.

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