Emergency Firefighting Water System
District Police Stations & Infrastructure
Motorcycle Police and Crime Lab
Medical Examiner Facility
“It is imperative that our fire stations, located in every neighborhood of San Francisco, are seismically safe to ensure a timely response to the over 120,000 incidents that the Fire Department responds to each year. In addition, our emergency firefighting water system will receive funding to repair, replace and improve this most vital component to suppressing fires in our City. ESER 2014 will allow for day to day improvement and efficiencies in our Department and will play a critical role in our effectiveness with any large scale disaster. It is a sound investment in our City’s future.”
Why do we need to strengthen, improve and rehabilitate neighborhood fire stations?
Fire stations operate and are staffed by firefighters 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It is critical that our first responders are housed in safe and seismically sound facilities with the capacity to provide essential emergency response services. ESER 2014 continues the work of ESER 2010 of renovating and replacing selected seismically-deficient fire stations. The work funded through the 2014 ESER bond improves safety, seismically upgrades essential facilities and creates a healthy work environment for firefighters.
Scope of work
Explore the map below to see which stations were selected and for a description of work.
Completed neighborhood fire station projects funded by ESER 2014 bond include the following: