Cathedral City Fire Station 411

Fire Station 411 is constructed employing a pre-engineered metal building which provides design flexibility as well as significant cost savings. 

Griffin Structures served as construction manager for a new 8,500 SF fire station in Cathedral City. The new station serves the community and anticipated development in the downtown area. Station 411 includes three apparatus bays, living quarters, as well as support and storage areas.

The $8 million station is set on a three-acre site which also includes the development of a new Cathedral City Dog Park. The site features training and recreation spaces, as well as separate public parking and secure employee parking areas. Back-up utility facilities servicing the fire station offers uninterrupted service. The site features native and drought-tolerant landscaping.

The Fire Station was constructed employing a pre-engineered metal building. Features include high-speed rapid deployment bay exit doors; firefighter dormitory accommodations and semi-private captain’s quarters; a great room to incorporate cooking, dining, and living spaces; a flexible work/study area; equipment maintenance and storage areas; and a public lobby.


Cathedral City Fire Station 411