Station 62

 Santa Clara Fire Station 62
 3939 River Road
Santa Clara Fire District Station 62 is where the Fire Board meets the second Tuesday of every month. It is also home to Engine 621, Engine 622, Parade Engine 161, Rescue 628, and Brush 627. This station has just finished a grant-funded seismic upgrade. As part of that project, living quarters were added to the station allowing it to be staffed 24/7 by on-shift volunteers and paid staff.

The meeting room at Station 62 is available for rental. For more information on this, contact us. 

Station 62 originally opened in 1978. 

 Station 62 Apparatus
Engine 621 - 2000 Pierce Saber

1250 GPM Split Shaft Waterous Pump
1000 Gallon Water Tank

Seats up to 6 firefighters

Responds to structure fires and car fires
Engine 622 - 1986 Western States 

1250 GPM Front Mount Pump
1000 Gallon Water Tank

Seats up to 6 firefighters

Responds to brush fires and structure fires
Brush 627 - 2016 Ford F350

125 GPM Mounted Pump
200 Gallon Water Tank 

Seats up to 5 firefighters

Responds to grass and brush fires
Rescue 628 - 2009 Ford F350

Carries medical equipment for use by Santa Clara EMTs and Paramedics

Seats up to 5 responders

Responds to EMS calls 
Engine 161 - 1947 Ford Open Cab Fire Engine

First fire engine purchased by SCFD

Used for public education and events such as parades

 Station 62 Volunteers
Firefighter/EMT-I David Rose
Firefighter/EMT Nathan Blakely
Firefighter/EMT Breanna Crawley
Firefighter/EMT Jeff Gutierrez
Firefighter/EMT Addy Hoskins
Firefighter Wilson Wedertz
Recruit/EMT Brycen Spencer
Recruit/EMR Amy Nixon
Recruit Ben Adams
Recruit Hector Chavez-Carrington
Recruit Mario Huenergardt
Recruit Joe Michaud
Recruit Sean Miller
Recruit Justin Pittman
Engineers and Officers:
Lieutenant/Paramedic Ben Meyer

EMS Only:
Paramedic David Jost
Paramedic Brian Parmelee
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