Benicia Fire Museum 900 E 2nd St, Benicia, CA94510 The Benicia Fire Museum is a gem for anyone who likes fire engines and history. The Museum is home to the Chief…More Solano Engine No. 5 which can still pump an incredible 1,300 gallons of water per minute. It also houses the Phoenix, one of the first fire engines to arrive in California. It came to Benicia in 1847 and was retired in 1921. The Benicia Fire Museum is also the headquarters for the Benicia Volunteer Firemen.
City of Benicia 250 E L St, Benicia, CA94510 The Civic Center Complex at the corner of East 2nd Street and East L Street houses all city departments except the fire…More department. The Benicia City Hall is where one goes to pull building permits, sign up for recreational activities through the Parks and Recreation Department, request tapes of past City Council meetings from the City Clerk or pay the water bill at the City Finance office.