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Fire Station 4
Updated On: Jan 01, 2008

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FIRE STATION 4

19 N. ONTARE RD.
Santa Barbara, Ca 93105

       Santa Barbara City Fire Station # 4 is located on the Northwest end of the City. The station lies just off the State Street and Hwy 101 corridor and borders up to Santa Barbara County on the West. Los Padres National Forest and Santa barbara County line is our Northern border. The district comprises approximately seven square miles of residential and commercial properties. This district supplies a huge portion of the cities tax base from several high end automobile dealerships and three large shopping malls. Sta4Final.jpg
    
The station was built in 1985 on land that was believed to be the site of an old hanging tree. Local folklore speaks of a ghost that resides at the station named Leo. He apparently was hanged where the station now stands.
    
The station houses two pieces of fire apparatus. The frontline is a 1995 Spartan Hi-Tech with a 1500 GPM Hale single stage centrifugal pump carrying 750 gallons of water. The reserve apparatus is a 1982 Crown Fire Coach with a 1500 GPM Waterous two stage centrifugal pump carrying only 400 gallons of water. Reserve engine 4 also carries a 50 foot aerial ladder. Additionally, station 4 is the new home of the Fire Safety House. This is a public education prop that introduces fire safety in the home to all the third grade children in the city of Santa Barbara.

 By Captain Kevin Bryant 4-A


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