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The Pedro Point Firehouse is located at the south end of San Pedro Bay, also known as Pacifica State Beach. Its historic charm has been a drawing point for generations.
The Ocean Shore railroad brought the first influx of visitors to Pacifica. One of the last remaining stations sits across the street from the Firehouse.
It was the late 1930s when the residents of San Pedro Terrace-by-the-Sea and Shelter Cove formed the Pedro Valley Improvement Association as a way for the few full-time and weekend residents to fulfill the needs of bringing sewer, streets and other improvements to their rural neighborhood.
San Pedro Valley consisted of only a few ranch houses, the Sanchez Adobe and fields of vegetables, mostly artichokes. Because the Ocean Shore Railroad passed right through it, Pedro Point was slated to become the main residential area.