The California Department of Boating and Waterways has partnered with local fire stations and the CSUS Aquatic Center, 1901 Hazel Ave., to make life jackets available to the public on a loan basis.
Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District
Station 31, 7950 California Ave., Fair Oaks
Station 32, 8890 Roediger Lane, Fair Oaks
Station 59, 7210 Murieta Drive, Rancho Murieta
Station 61, 10595 Folsom Blvd., Rancho Cordova
Station 63, 12395 Folsom Blvd., Rancho Cordova
Station 65, 11201 Coloma Road, Rancho Cordova
Station 110, 1432 Eastern Ave., Sacramento
Sacramento Fire Department
Station 5, 731 Broadway
Station 8, 5990 H St.
Station 11, 785 Florin Road
Station 15, 1591 Newborough Drive
Station 60, 3301 Julliard Drive
Cosumnes CSD Fire Department
Station 45, 229 Fifth St., Galt
Station 71, 8760 Elk Grove Blvd., Elk Grove
Station 75, 2300 Maritime Drive, Elk Grove
El Dorado Hills Fire Department
Station 84, 2180 Francisco Drive
Station 85, 1050 Wilson Blvd.
Folsom Fire Department
Station 35, 535 Glenn Drive
Gold Country Yacht Club, 23333 Scotts Flat Road
Placer Hills Fire District
Station 1, 16999 Placer Hills Road
Roseville Fire Department
Station 1, 401 Oak St.
South Placer County Fire Department
Station 1, 6900 Eureka Road, Granite Bay
Station 3, 7070 Auburn- Folsom Road, Loomis
Station 5, 3505 Auburn- Folsom Road, Loomis
Station 6, 4550 E. Roseville Parkway, Granite Bay
West Sacramento Fire Department
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