The current Erin Fire Department was formed when the Town of Erin surrounding Erin Township and amalgamated in 1998. The Erin Township Fire Department, located in Hillsburgh, became part of the EFD.
|Fire Station 10||2 Erinville Drive, Erin||1998 (amalgamation)-present||Built 1985 as Village of Erin Fire Station.|
|Fire Station 50||2 Station Street, Hillsburgh||1998 (amalgamation)-2012||Built 1970 as Erin Township Fire Station. Replaced with a new building at the same location.|
All pump/tank measurements are in Imperial gallons.
Fire Station 10 - 2 Erinville Drive, ErinEdit
- Car 101 - 2012 Ford F-150 command vehicle
- Pumper 11 - 1986 GMC C / Superior (650/500) (SN#SE 781)
- Pumper 12 - 2003 Freightliner FL80 / Dependable (1050/750/25F)
- Rescue 15 - 1992 GMC Top Kick / Sentinel
- Tanker 17 - 2008 Freightliner M2-112 / Metalfab (1050/2300/200F)
Fire Station 50 - 2 Station Street, HillsburghEdit
- Pumper 51 - 2012 Spartan Metro Star-X Classic LFD / Dependable (1250/500/25F)
- Pumper 52 - 2000 Freightliner FL80 / Dependable (1050/750)
- Rescue 55 - 1994 Freightliner FL70 / C-Max
- Tanker 57 - 1990 International 4900 / Dependable (250/1600)
- Tanker 58 - 1994 Freightliner FL80 / C-Max (250/1800)
Tenders were called for a new custom rescue pumper in July 2018 (#2018-01FR).
- 1984 GMC / King pumper (840/500)
- 1981 Ford C900 / Pierreville tanker (300/1500/150AFFF) (ex-Mississauga Fire and Emergency Services)
- 1975 GMC / Thibault pumper (840/500) (SN#T75-125)