Originally known as Sandwich West, the town changed its name to Lasalle in 1991. A portion of Sandwich West was annexed to Windsor in 1968, and one fire station assumed by the Windsor Fire Department.
|Fire Station||5950 Malden Road||1973-2013||Demolished, land used for a park.|
|Fire Station||1900 Normandy Street||2013-present||Former town environmental building, renovated into a new fire hall|
All pump/tank measurements are in Imperial gallons.
Fire Station - 1900 Normandy StreetEdit
- Tower 202 - 2003 KME Aerialcat (1750/260/95' rear-mount)
- Engine/Rescue/Tanker 203 - 2001 KME Excel MFD (1050/2500)
- Fire Command 204 - 2005 Ford Excursion
- Bush/Support 205 - 2000 Dodge Ram 2500 4x4 mini-pumper (port./200/10A)
- Engine 206 - 1995 HME / Ferrara Intruder (1050/850/30F)
- Engine 207 - 2014 Spartan Gladiator Evolution LFD / Carl Thibault (1500/800) (SN#2669)
- Fire Boat 1 - 2014 Stanley 25' search and rescue boat (450 GPM fire pump)
- Fire Boat 2 - 1986 Sea Nymph 16' search and rescue boat
- 1987 Brough Bridger 26' search and rescue boat (350 GPM fire pump)
- 1979 International CO1950B / King pumper (1050/500) (SN# 79019) (Sold to Jocelyn Township Fire Department)
- 1973 Ford C900 / King pumper (1050/500/50' telesqurt)
- 1966 FWD tanker (250/2000) (Former Windsor Airport crash tender)
- 1959 GMC / King pumper (SN#5903)
The Town of Lasalle is investigating the possibility of building a second fire station on a portion of John Dupuis Park on Hazel Street. Meetings with area residents were to be held in May 2017. If the project is approved, construction could start later in 2017.