SC Fire - Agnew Rivermark
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This is part of the new series to highlight the Fire Stations in Santa Clara, CA.
This is a new series which I put together for 2006. Just like our Light Rail Series, this Series was put together because my son loves Fire Engines. My Father is a Volunteer Fire Man in Kaysville UT.
When you purchase a home, one of the items you should take into account is how far away from a Fire Station you are. By having this series, those in Santa Clara can see the distance from their home to the nearest Fire Station.
The Santa Clara Fire Department dates back to 1854. It was a Volunteer Service and in 1949, the Fire Department hired its first full time employees. Today, the Santa Clara Fire Department has both Full Time and a Volunteer Fire Reserve.
The Fire Station at Rivermark is a new Fire Station which moved from 3575 De La Cruz Boulevard. This station is located close to Sun as well as the new development here.
This is a new series with at the end, you are able to collect a new coin. This series will be a little more difficult to complete then the first one we did. To find this series, you will be given letters you need at each station. You will *not* be given what number they represent. You will not need to leave any public easement to find this number. You will have to figure out what this number is. It would be wise to write down all the numbers you see in the area.
For the FTF of each cache in the series, you will be given an extra Geocoin. And as a bonus, the Geocoin has the correct number printed on it. The person who has the finds this can either share this or keep it to themselves. This is needed to find the final, so it might be to your advantage to not share it. ** I would ask that you please not post a picture of the front side of the Geocoin until the final cache is published **
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum