Fire Department Chief Gene Friend Fire Museum needs your help.
We are undertaking a slightly
different fundraising approach in which you can contribute
and help us build a very nice
brick area adjacent to our Museum at 105 Second Street,
offers you an up close and personal view of the apparatus and
protective equipment used by the Watsonville Fire Department
beginning in the late 1800's and continuing to the present day.
museum was constructed in the mid- to late 1920's and houses a variety of fire department memorabilia.
The ground floor is our
"apparatus deck", where we have 5 pieces of rolling fire
equipment including a 1915 Seagrave Engine, 1928 Seagrave Engine
and Ladder Truck, 1959 Seagrave Open Cab Engine as well as a
1967 Crown Fire Coach Engine.
All of these pieces are in
working order and it has taken much time and effort to maintain
contribution will enable the Watsonville Firefighters'
Association, to continue promoting the history of the fire
service in our area as well helping to maintain the equipment
and inventory we have in our museum.
of a brick is a great way to show support and preserve the
history of the Watsonville Fire Department.
Note: If you wish to have a custom logo engraved on an 8x8
brick, please select the option below and email the logo to: