Fire Station 10 preliminary design from Nov. 2016
The project consists of the design and construction of a new fire station, approximately 11,600 square feet in size, with associated landscaping and appurtenant facilities on a City-owned parcel located at7952 Hollister Avenue. The site is adjacent to the new Cathedral Oaks Interchange and across the street from Sandpiper Golf Course. It is anticipated that the new fire station will be a three-bay, single-story building. Site improvements are expected to include an emergency generator and an above-ground fueling facility. Significant site grading is anticipated and frontage improvements will be required.
Purpose and Need
It has long been documented that fire service in Western Goleta does not meet the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) guidelines for emergency response time and population to firefighter ratio. A new fire station is needed in Western Goleta to provide adequate fire protection services.
Funding for this project is Fire Facility Development Impact Fees and other developer mitigation fees.
May 17, 2018 Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) Documents:
- EHO Agenda - Fire Station 10 6.14.18
- 180514 Notice of Availability of Draft Environmental Impact Report and Environmental Hearing Officer Hearing
- 180517_Goleta FS10 DEIR-Part1
- 180517_Goleta FS10 DEIR-Part2
- 180517_Goleta FS10 DEIR-Part3
- Appendices TOC
- Appendix A- NOP
- Appendix B - Initial Study
- Appendix C - Biological Resources
- Appendix C-1 Tree Assessment
- Appendix D - Cultural Resources
- Appendix E- Geology and Soils
- Appendix F - Hazards and Hazardous Materials
- Appendix G - Transportation_part1
- Appendix G - Transportation_part2
- Appendix H -AQ & GHG
- ATE Appendix_G_5-1-18
August 29, 2017 Fire Station 10 NOP and Notice of Public Scoping Meeting
In January 2016, Kruger Bensen Ziemer Architects, Inc. was awarded the contract to design the new fire station; and a Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Goleta and the County of Santa Barbara was adopted for design, development and operation of the future station by County Fire. Since that time, a number of activities have taken place, include site surveying, geotechnical drilling and analysis, environmental studies, and preliminary design work.