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$2.86 per ggeupdated 53 months ago by anonymous

PG&E Santa Cruz Service Center

615 7th Avenue Santa Cruz, CA 95062


  • 3600
  • 3000
  • Box
  • Semi
  •   24  
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  • Reliable:

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Prices for this station have historically varied from $1.64 to $3.58 per gge. We have data extending back to November 2007 for this station. Historical data can be obtained by contacting us.

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User comments

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20 Nov 2007anonymousHours: 8am-5pm M-F, contact station to arrange for card k
20 Nov 2007anonymousPSI fills: 3000
21 Jun 2012johnTo previous posted question: The NFPA-52 and NGV2 standards allow for fast-fills up to 1.25x rated tank pressure if ambient temps are high (i.e. hot day), settling down to 1x soon after the fill.
20 Jun 2012anonymousJust filled up again. got a 3800 PSI fill for the first time from this station. I considered shutting the pump off at 3600 as I don't like the idea of going over the specs of the tanks. Never the less PG&E must have adjusted the pumps to get them to fill at a higher PST rate.
9 May 2012JoeMartinezEasy to get to the pumps and has both 3000 PSI and 3600 PSI . Good Station.
29 Apr 2012anonymousStation appeared to be closed weekends.
15 Jul 2011anonymousPer Adam Egbert w/PG&E this station is fully operational.
22 Mar 2011anonymousWe need to form a coalition to request this station be made available during weekends. There is no other station nearby with weekend access. Email me roseshasta_at_gmail_dot_com to sign the petition.
10 Nov 2010anonymousStation hours seem to be M-F, beginning at 6:30am. 3600 psi available.
24 Mar 2010anonymousAs of monday 3/22/10 the public gate has been locked for "security reasons"; I was told to expect two weeks of limited or no access. No additional info was offered by the employee I talked to.
19 Oct 2009anonymousI echo the previous comment. Many publications show this station open until 5 PM. PG&E closes the gate at 4 PM, so be advised.
22 Dec 2008anonymousThis station offers both 3,000 and 3,600 psi pumps. Also, it's only open M-F from 8am-4pm (not 5pm).

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