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Department ProfileEdit

Front Of Yonge Fire Department is made up of currently 27 volunteer members. They can average between 175 to 225 emergency 911 dispatched calls per year. Front of Yonge fire department serves a large potion of the 401 major highway, they as well utilize a Tactical Rescue Squad made of 8 in house members. It is one of the oldest departments in Leeds and Grenville as well as the last sole standing township fire department not to amalgamate with surrounding townships.

Apparatus RosterEdit

All pump/tank measurements are in Imperial gallons.

Fire Station - 1491 County Road 2, MallorytownEdit

  • Pump 1 - 2004 International 4400 / Fort Garry (1050/800) (Licence # 817 2LJ)
  • Tanker 2 - 2000 International 4900 / Dependable (200/1800) (Licence # 750 6ET)
  • Truck 3 - 2016 Dodge Ram 1500 Crew Cab
  • Rescue 4 - 2004 GMC Duramax C5500 / Asphodel / Tactical/Heavy Rescue
  • Tanker 5 - 1999 International 4700 / Dependable (200/1800)
  • Pump 6 - 2010 International 4400 / Fort Garry (1050/800)
  • Rescue 7 - 2014 Ford E-Series (Former Leeds/Grenville EMS) (Licence # 68F S54)
  • Fire Chief - Greg Halladay
  • Deputy Chief - Mike Purcell
  • Chief Fire Prevention Officer - Richard Marcoux

Retired ApparatusEdit

2008 Dodge Ram 1500 Crew Cab
2008 Ford E-Series Ambulance
2003 GMC / E-One pumper
1992 GMC Top Kick / Fort Garry pumper (840/1000)
International 4900 / 1999 Dependable tanker (-/1500)
1988 Chevrolet step van rescue
1979 Ford pumper
1973 GMC 6500 / Pierreville pumper (625/?) (SN#PFT-378) (Sold to Seaside Volunteer Fire Department)
1973 International Cargostar / 199? Almonte tanker (-/1500)
Ford E light rescue

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