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HistoryEdit

In 1999, Kincardine was amalgamated with the surrounding Township of Bruce, which included the Tiverton and District Fire Department.

Area ServedEdit

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 StationsEdit

Station Address In Service Notes
Fire Station 707 Queen Street  ????-1995

Apparatus RosterEdit

All pump/tank measurements are in Imperial gallons.

Bruce County Fire Station 110 - 15 McLaren Street, TivertonEdit

Built 1990

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

Built 1995

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)

Retired ApparatusEdit

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)

External LinksEdit

Kincardine Fire Department

Station MapEdit

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