AED Program

Paso Robles SavestationCentennial Save Pool Building Heart AEDBarney Schwartz Soccer Concession Save Heart AED

SaveStation ribbon cutting flyer with event details and photos of the cabinet

SaveStation and SaveHeart are far more than an AED cabinet, it’s a public awareness program that provides critical education about CPR and how to use an AED. With less than 10 minutes to save a life, we are highly dependent on the public to feel confident to take action in an emergency. Knowing where to go and what to do in the first few minutes is critical to saving a life. SaveStation and SaveHeart are committed to promoting widespread ACCESS, AWARENESS & EDUCATION.

SaveStation QR Code

LifePak CR2Automatic External Defibrillators (AED) Units

Found at the following locations:

  • Downtown City Park (SaveStation Kiosk), along the east path to the Carnegie Library building.
  • Downtown City of Paso Robles Library, behind the checkout desk.
  • Downtown City of Paso Robles Council Chambers, Hallway entrance to chambers.
  • Municipal Pool @ 26th Street, in the therapy pool office.
  • Centennial Park Conference Building, Main entrance, reception area.
  • Centennial Park Teen Center/Gymnasium, Entry hallway.
  • Centennial Park Pool Building (SaveHeart Cabinet), Pool entrance wall.
  • Senior Center, Scott Street. The left wall of the reception area.
  • Veterans Center, Scott Street. Behind the administration desk.
  • Barney Schwartz Park (SaveHeart Cabinet), Soccer concession stand.
  • Wastewater Treatment Plant: One is in the operations building breakroom, and one is in the Co-generation Building.

The list above is where you can find AED units maintained by the City of Paso Robles, however, there will continue to be many AED units available throughout the city inside businesses that desire to maintain AED units. Those locations are usually doctor's offices, physical therapy facilities, fitness centers, and theatres. Any location that houses many people at one time tends to participate in an AED program, having one available to the general public if someone goes into cardiac arrest.

At any time, if any community members have questions regarding the use of an AED, please do not hesitate to contact the Department of Fire and Emergency Services.