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City of Benicia - Fire Emergency
150 Military W, Benicia, CA 94510
This is an alternative to the 911 emergency call number for the City of Benicia.
Arts Benicia
991 Tyler St, Benicia, CA 94510
Arts Benicia is a local non-profit that strives to educate citizens and visitors alike about art. Arts Benicia is theMore designated arts body for the City of Benicia and takes the lead in selection and installation of public art in the city. Besides a gallery space, Arts Benicia boasts a large teaching studio space and sponsors a variety of art classes throughout the year.
Benicia Motor Works
1857 Park Rd, Benicia, CA 94510
Benicia Motor Works specializes in European car maintenance and repair. Located next to American Cabinetry on Park RoadMore near the Benicia Bridge, this car shop has a front door entrance to the office and a garage accessible from the back. Benicia Motor Works has been serving the city of Benicia for eight years.
City of Benicia Fire Department Fire Station 12
601 Hastings Dr, Benicia, CA 94510
This is an auxiliary fire station for the city of Benicia. It serves the community in the capacities of rescue, engineMore and ladder calls. 
Benicia Historical Museum at the Camel Barn
2060 Camel Rd, Benicia, CA 94510

Benicia is a city steeped in the history of California.  It is a city of firsts for the United States and forMore California.  It is the first incorporated city in California.  It is the site of the first Army Post on the Pacific Coast.  It is the site of the first Protestant church in California.

The Benicia Historical Museum, established in 1985, recounts these and many other interesting facts about the history of Benicia.  Whether you are local or a vistior to Benicia, a trip to the museum should be part of the intinerary.

City of Benicia Police Emergency Calls
250 E L St, Benicia, CA 94510
This is an alternative to 911.
Benicia Main Street
90 1st St, Benicia, CA 94510
Benicia is one of 40 Main Street cities in California.  Main Street was created to preserve the heritage ofMore historic downtown Benicia, to promote economic prosperity, and to restore the downtown's identity as the viable town center.
Benicia Historical Society
Po Box 773, Benicia, CA 94510

The Benicia Historical Society is dedicated to preserving the rich history and heritage of the city. Benicia, amongMore other things,  is a former capitol of California, former home to the U.S. Army Camel Brigade and former duty station of Ulysses S. Grant.  The Historical Society helps us remember these and many other notable things about Benicia.

 

City of Benicia City Clerk
250 E L St, Benicia, CA 94510
The City Clerk is an elected official, serving a term of four years. This individual is responsible for the recordMore keeping of the City, having responsibility for ensuring that all actions made by the City Council are recorded accurately. The City Clerk's office is also involved in conducting municipal elections, maintaining the Benicia Municipal Code (BMC) and swearing in both elected officials and City employees. The City Clerk's office is located in the main building of City Hall.
Benicia City Park
1st St & Military W, Benicia, CA 94510
Benicia City Park features a playground, large lawn areas, a picnic area with grills and a gazebo, among otherMore amenities. The park often plays host to special events and performances.
Affordable Housing Affiliation
110 E D St, Benicia, CA 94510
The Affordable Housing Affiliation is a local non-profit group. It works with local developers and the City of BeniciaMore to provide affordable housing to low income Benicians.
City of Benicia Hearing Impaired Telephone Lines
250 E L St, Benicia, CA 94510
This is the same number as the fire emergency line. Note, the dispatchers have the ability to help hearing-impairedMore callers.
City of Benicia
250 E L St, Benicia, CA 94510
The Civic Center Complex at the corner of East 2nd Street and East L Street houses all city departments except the fireMore 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.