San Diego Sheriff's Department opening brand new Emergency Vehicle Operations Center in Otay Mesa
Construction of the facility began in October 2020 and had a price tag of $32.4 million while creating nearly 300 jobs in the region.
San Diego Sheriff’s say the EVOC can also be used for teen safety driving programs. They also say that in the future the facility will be used for private events such as race legal or car shows. Income generated will go back to a fund that will help repave, repaint, and repair the EVOC.
Emergency Vehicle Operations Center Ribbon Cutting - Otay Mesa
Grand opening of a new training facility for first responders.
Post Date:11/08/2021 2:35 PM
Sheriff Bill Gore is pleased to announce the grand opening of a new training facility for first responders in the South Bay. A ribbon cutting for the Sheriff's Emergency Vehicle Operations Center (EVOC) will be held on:
Wednesday, November 10
7361 Otay Mesa Road, San Diego
Reserved parking for media
Remarks will be delivered by Undersheriff Kelly Martinez, County Supervisor Nora Vargas, San Diego Police Chief David Nisleit and Miramar College President P. Wesley Lundburg, PhD.
https://www.sdsheriff.gov/Home/Componen ... ws/745/514
CBS8 Video - San Diego Sheriff's Department opening brand new Emergency Vehicle Operation Center
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Land for Emergency Vehicle Operations Center Sells for $28.1M
Thursday, October 3, 2019
San Diego County recently completed a deal to buy 51 acres of land in Otay Mesa, most of which will be used for a new regional Emergency Vehicle Operations Center (EVOC).
Kearny Real Estate Co. sold the property to the county for $28.1 million as part of a joint venture with the City of San Diego and the San Diego Community College District, according to Christopher Thibodeaux, support services director for the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department.
The property is at the southeast corner of Alta Road and Otay Mesa Road and is part of the Otay Crossings Commerce Park.
“It is the perfect location because there are no sensitive receptors,” said Linda Greenberg, a principal of the commercial real estate brokerage Lee & Associates, receptors being residential neighborhoods.
“They can do it 24 hours a day. They can make all the noise they want,”
“We expect to be operational by January 2021,”
https://www.sdbj.com/news/2019/oct/03/l ... sells-281/
https://www.cbre.us/about/media-center/ ... -mesa-land
https://www.loopnet.com/Listing/Alta-Rd ... /16030887/
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