485 West Sunnyoaks Avenue
Campbell, CA 95008
Originally Station #2 of the Campbell Fire Department, Sunnyoaks Fire Station was dedicated in 1969. Built just feet from the original Station #2, the current station dwarfs the original station. It boasts 6042 sq. ft. of space, and a drive-through apparatus bay with space for up to four apparatus. Engine Company 80 operates out of the station, and is proud to continue the 101-year tradition of dedicated fire service to the community that began in 1913 with the organization of the Campbell Volunteer Fire Department.
McCormack Training Center
Built in 1996, this 2100 sq. ft. training classroom, is used to provide fire training classes, fire academies, and other training needs of the department. Located on the property is also a 4-story training tower, which is used for training evolutions.
Engine 80 is a model year 2010 Class-A pumper on a KME "Severe Service" chassis. Engine 80 has a 600-gallon water tank, a 1,250 GPM pump, and an 8,000-watt hydraulic generator. Engine 80 is the primary apparatus operating out of Sunnyoaks Fire Station.
Engine 180 is a model year 2000 Class-A pumper on a KME "Excel" chassis. Engine 180 has a 600-gallon water tank, a 1,250 GPM pump, and an 8,000-watt hydraulic generator. Engine 180 is a reserve pumper apparatus.
Engine 880 is a model year 1992 Class-A pumper on a Spartan "Gladiator" chassis. Engine 880 has a 750-gallon water tank, a 1,500 GPM pump, and a 10,000-watt hydraulic generator. Engine 880 is a reserve pumper apparatus, and is primarily used by training and operations division personnel at the McCormack Training Center.
In 1961, Station #2 opened. It was located at 775 W. Sunnyoaks Avenue in a leased tract home with a modified garage. In 1964, the city bought land on W. Sunnyoaks Avenue for a proposed fire station. In 1967, a bond issue was passed to construct the new Station #2 at 485 W. Sunnyoaks Avenue. A fire station and four-story training tower were built on the grounds. In 1969, Engine 2 moved up the street to its new quarters. Upon contracting with the Santa Clara County Fire Department in 1993, Station #2 became the Sunnyoaks Fire Station. The training facility is still located on the grounds, and is known as the McCormack Training Center.
Size: 6,042 sq. ft. 2-bay, double deep, drive-through