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Solano County law enforcement, fire departments, libraries, post offices

Fairfield fire department file

Fairfield fire department firefighters battle a blaze on Tulip Street, in Fairfield, on June 27, 2014. (Robinson Kuntz/Daily Republic file)

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Fire, police, post office and library information for Solano County:

Benicia

Fire Station 11 – (Main Facility)

150 Military West, Benicia 94510

Phone: 707-746-4275

Fax: 707-745-4425

Fire Station 12

601 Hastings Drive, Benicia 94510

Benicia Police Department

200 E. L St., Benicia 94510

Nonemergency: 707-745-3411

Fax: 707-746-0131

Benicia Public Library

150 E. L St., Benicia 94510

Phone: 707-746-4343

Benicia Post Office

290 E. L St., Benicia 94510

707-745-4019

Cordelia

Cordelia Fire Department

2155 Cordelia Road, Fairfield 94534

Phone: 707-864-0468

Fax: 707-864-8607

Dixon

Dixon Fire Department

205 Ford Way, Dixon 95620

Phone: 707-678-7060

Fax: 707-678-4251

Dixon Police Department

201 W. A St., Dixon 95620

Nonemergency: 707-678-7080

General information: 707-678-7070

Fax: 707-678-0954

Dixon Public Library

230 N. First St., Dixon 95620

Phone: 707-678-5447

Dixon Post Office

221 W. A St., Dixon 95620

Phone: 707-678-1348

Fairfield

Fairfield Fire Department

Fire Administration/Station 37

1200 Kentucky St., Fairfield 94533

707-428-7375

Fire Station 35

473A Edison Court, Fairfield 94534

707-429-8306

Fire Station 38

1633 Union Ave., Fairfield 94533

Phone: 707-428-7071

Fax: 707-429-4874

Fire Station 39

1975 Huntington Drive, Fairfield 94534

Phone: 707-429-6242

Fax: 707-429-6245

Fire Station 40

2555 Hilborn Drive, Fairfield 94533

Phone: 707-429-6244

Fax: 707-429-6247

Fire Station 41

3200 N. Texas St., Fairfield 94533

Phone: 707-429-6243

Fax: 707-429-6241

Fairfield Police Department

1000 Webster St., Fairfield 94533

Dispatch: 707-428-7300

Administration: 707-428-7362

Fax: 707-428-7576

Fairfield Civic Center Library

1150 Kentucky St., Fairfield 94533

866-572-7587

Fairfield Cordelia Library

5050 Business Center Drive, Fairfield 94534

866-572-7587

Fairfield Post Office

600 Kentucky St., Fairfield 94533

707-425-2789

Rio Vista

Rio Vista Fire Department

One Main Street, Rio Vista 94571

Phone: 707-374-2233

Rio Vista Police Department

One Main Street, Rio Vista 94571

Administrative office: 707-374-6366

Dispatch: 707-374-2300

Rio Vista Library

44 S. Second St., Rio Vista 94571

866-572-7587

Rio Vista Post Office

140 Sacramento St., Rio Vista 94571

Phone: 707-374-2057

Suisun City

Suisun City Fire Department

621 Pintail Drive, Suisun City 94585

Phone: 707-421-7205

Fax: 707-421-7398

Suisun Fire Protection District

445 Jackson St., Fairfield 94533-6129

Business line: 707-425-3605

Dispatch-emergencies only: 707-421-7090

Suisun City Police Department

701 Civic Center Blvd., Suisun City 94585

Dispatch (Nonemergency): 707-421-7373

Administration: 707-421-7350

Suisun City Library

601 Pintail Drive, Suisun City 94585

866-572-7587

Suisun City Post Office

325 Merganser Drive, Suisun City 94585

707-425-1334

Vacaville

Vacaville Fire Department

Phone 707-449-5452

Station 71 – 111 South Orchard Ave.

Station 72 – 2001 Ulatis Drive

Station 73 – 650 Eubanks Court

Station 74 – 1850 Alamo Drive

Vacaville Fire Protection District

Station 64 Administration

420 Vine St., Vacaville 95688

707-447-2252

Vacaville Police Department

660 Merchant St., Vacaville 95687

Nonemergency: 707-449-5200

Vacaville Public Library – Cultural Center

1020 Ulatis Drive, Vacaville 95687

866-572-7587

Vacaville Public Library – Town Square

1 Town Square Place, Vacaville 95688

866-572-7587

Vacaville Post Office

5377 Vaca Station Road, Vacaville 95687

707-448-3882

Vallejo

Vallejo Fire Department

Administration: 703 Curtola Parkway, Vallejo 94592

Phone: 707-648-4526

Station 21 – Ladder truck

1220 Marin St.

Station 22 – Engine

700 Fifth St.

Station 23 – Engine

900 Redwood St..

Station 24 – Engine

1005 Oakwood Ave.

Station 27 – Engine

1585 Ascot Court

Vallejo Police Department

111 Amador St., Vallejo 94590

Phone: 707-648-4321

Fax: 707-648-4490

John F. Kennedy Library

505 Santa Clara St., Vallejo 94590

866-572-7587

Springstowne Library

1003 Oakwood Ave., Vallejo 94591

866-572-7587

Vallejo Post Office

485 Santa Clara St., Vallejo 94590

707-642-3071

Jess Sullivan

Jess has covered the criminal justice system in Solano County for several years. He was an embedded reporter in Iraq in 2003.
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