Community Day for Lompoc's new Public Safety Training Center on Saturday
Lompoc's massive new Public Safety Training Complex is opening to the public on Saturday, August 2.
The 68 acre facility is part of Allan Hancock College and cost 38-million to build.
It will serve as a training location for fire fighters, law enforcement, medical teams, hazmat crews—even lifeguards. It's also designed to accommodate training related to homeland security and disaster response.
Highlights of the complex include a firing range, a 1.3 mile high speed track, and a six-story training tower with multiple fire props.
This weekend's public grand opening runs from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and will include a guided bus tour and live demonstrations.