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McVicker Park Fire Station No. 85

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Serving the west end

 

 Fire Station #85_Mcvicker Canyon Situated on the hill above McVicker Park, Station 85 is the City's first modern fire station constructed since the 1950s. Opened in 2002, it is the second of four stations located within City limits.

McVicker Fire Station #85
29405 Grand Avenue
Lake Elsinore, CA 92530

Office Hours: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. daily
PH (951) 245-2185

Locator Map - Fire Station 85
Equipment based at the station includes paramedic Engine 85, Reserve Engine 285 and vintage Lake Elsinore Engine #1. Google Map

The original LaFrance!

Our 1925 American LaFrance was Lake Elsinore's first fire engine. It was painstakingly restored by volunteers of the Lake Elsinore Historical Society, led by Mr. Russ Burns and the late Victor Romano.

The LEHS is looking for interested volunteers to carry on the restoration and maintenance of Fire Engine #1. If history and vintage autos are your passion, please contact the Lake Elsinore Historical Society to find out how you can help.
 

1928 La France Fire Engine #1 restored