After what feels like ages, it seems the city governments across Baja California Sur are stepping up their game in a big way. This year has been a turning point, marked by some exciting developments in community safety. We’re talking about the opening and groundbreaking of new fire stations – a sign that our safety is finally getting the attention it deserves.
From Santiago to Buenavista, La Ribera, and even more additions in San Jose and Cabo San Lucas, it’s been a busy year for enhancing fire services. And let’s not forget Todos Santos, which now boasts its own fire station. It’s a wave of change that’s bringing a sigh of relief to many residents.
The latest addition to this growing list? A brand-new fire station set to open in January at the populous Camino Real barrio, located at the southernmost entrance of La Paz. It’s a strategic location that will undoubtedly boost the area’s emergency response capabilities.