In 1999, Kincardine was amalgamated with the surrounding Township of Bruce, which included the Tiverton and District Fire Department.
In addition to the Municipality of Kincardine, the Kincardine Fire Department has a fire protection agreement with the adjoining Township of Huron-Kinloss to protect an area of the Township immediately southwest of Kincardine past Concession 10.
Similarly, a portion of the Municipality of Kincardine is served by the Ripley-Huron Fire Department in Huron-Kinloss.
Areas east of Tiverton are covered by the Paisley and Area Fire Department.
|Fire Station||707 Queen Street||????-1995|
All pump/tank measurements are in Imperial gallons.
Bruce County Fire Station 110 - 15 McLaren Street, TivertonEdit
- Unit 111 - 2013 Spartan Metro Star-X Classic ELFD / Spartan ERV / Dependable (1750/600/40F) (SO#212152)
- Unit 112 - 2003 Ford F550 / Summit / Green Acres CAFS mini pumper (SN#030206)
- Unit 114 - 2008 International 7400 / Dependable tanker (port./1600)
- Unit 116 - 2000 International 4700 / Dependable heavy rescue
- Unit 117 - 1995 Dodge Ram 2500 chief's truck
Bruce County Fire Station 120 - 127 Mahood Johnston Drive, KincardineEdit
- Car 3 - 2014 Chevrolet Silverado
- Unit 121 - 2010 Spartan Metro Star-X ELFD / Dependable (1250/600) (SN#33940)
- Unit 122 - 1988 Ford C8000 / Hub pumper (840/700)
- Unit 123 - 1999 HME 1871 / Rosenbauer quint (1050/300/75' rear-mount) (SN#706399)
- Unit 124 - 1995 International 4900 tanker (-/1500)
- Unit 126 - 2015 International / ITB walk-in rescue
- Unit 1246 - 1946 International K / Bickle pumper (425/150)
- 1995 Chevrolet 8 passenger Astro Van
- 1994 Ford F800 / Almonte tanker (port./1200)
- 1989 Chevrolet / Grumman pumper (840/600) (SN#18246-FC) (ex-Bruce Nuclear Generating Station Fire Department) (Sold to Emergency Services Training Centre)
- 1982 GMC step van rescue (ex-126)
- 1979 Ford C900 / Thibault pumper (840/900)
- 1970 Dodge 700 / King pumper (625/?) (Sold to Bicroft Township Fire Department, name changed to Highlands East Fire Department)