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Brown Field Station

7560 Britannia Ct.
San Diego, California 92154
(619) 671-1800

The Brown Field Border Patrol Station was established on October 7, 1979.  It is located in the City of San Diego, approximately midway between the San Ysidro and Otay Mesa Ports of Entry.

The Brown Field area of operation covers 11.6 linear miles of the international border with Mexico and encompasses approximately 568 square miles of mountainous, mesa and valley terrain, beginning at Colonel's Peak Ridgeline on Otay Mountain and extending east to the Tecate Port of Entry and as far north as the City of Poway.  The Brown Field area of operation is bordered by the Chula Vista Station to the west and the El Cajon Station to the east.  Brown Field Station agents operate the State Route 94 Checkpoint, located in Jamul, CA.  Brown Field Station has an active Community Relations office and is home to Explorer Post #1925.

For more information about the San Diego Border Patrol Sector, please check our General Information section.

Last Modified: June 14, 2018