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HistoryEdit

Fire StationsEdit

Station Address In Service Notes
Fire Station Barrie Street (@ John Street) 1989-ca.1964 Town down in the 1960s.
Fire Station 75 Holland Street West ca.1964-1989 Site now occupied by town hall building.
Fire Station 75 Melbourne Drive 1989-present

Apparatus RosterEdit

All pump/tank measurements are in Imperial gallons.

Fire Station - 75 Melbourne Drive, BradfordEdit

Built 1989

Utility 1010 - 2003 Dodge Ram 1500
Engine 1011 - 2009 Spartan Metro Star ELFD / Rosenbauer (1050/500)
Engine 1012 - 1999 Spartan Metro Star LFD / Almonte (1050/1000) (SN#14471) (ex-Engine 1011)
Tanker 1014 - 2017 Spartan Metro Star Classic MFD / Dependable (1500/3000) (SN#46471)
Engine 1015 - 2006 Spartan Metro Star LFD / Rosenbauer (625/1500) (SN#1362706)
Tower 1017 - 2011 Pierce Arrow XT (1750/250/30F/100' rear-mount platform) (SN#23686) (Delivered 2012)
Rescue 1019 - 2011 Pierce Impel heavy rescue (SN#23655)
Car 10-1 - 2006 Dodge Durango chief
Car 10-2 - 2006 Dodge Durango deputy chief
104 - 2012 Dodge Ram prevention
Unit 10-11 - 12' Zodiac rescue boat
Unit 10-12 - RIT Craft 12' inflatable rescue boat

Retired ApparatusEdit

200? American LaFrance Eagle 134 RR mid-engine pumper (?/?) (Loaned from 200? - 20??)
1992 E-One Hurricane quint (1050/200/110' rear-mount) (SN#9967) (ex-1016, Ex-Markham Fire and Emergency Services (Ontario)) (Sold to Wellsville Fire Department (Ohio))
1992 Autocar ACL64B / 1994 Dependable pumper/tanker (625/3000) (SN#P1265-625-94)
1987 Mack MC / Hub pumper (1050/1000) (SN#1215) (purchased by Aréo-Feu, loaned to Service de Sécurité Incendie Louiseville)
1980 Ford L / King pumper (840/600) (SN#800060)
1980 GMC Curbside step van rescue
1972 Ford C900 / Thibault quint (840/200/100' mid-mount) (SN#T72-177) (Ex-Mississauga Fire and Emergency Services)
1969 Ford C / King pumper (SN#68039)

Future PlansEdit

  • The Town called tenders for a architectural and engineering services for a new main fire hall in August 2018. The new station will be built on the same property as the existing station, which will be converted into a public works garage.
  • The Town has also been in talks about opening a station 2 in nearby Bond Head.

External LinksEdit

Bradford-West Gwillimbury Fire & Emergency Services

Station MapEdit

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