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HistoryEdit

South Glengarry was formed in 1998 through amalgamation. The Charlottenburgh Township Fire Department and Lancaster Fire Department were merged to create the new fire service.

Fire StationsEdit

Station Address In Service Notes
Fire Station 1 18523 County Road 2, Glen Walter 1998 (amalgamation)-2016 Former Charlottenburgh Township Area 1 station
Fire Station 3 19652 County Road 17 (John Street), Williamstown 1998 (amalgamation)-present Former Charlottenburgh Township Area 2 station

Apparatus RosterEdit

All pump/tank measurements are in Imperial gallons.

Fire Station 1 - 6650 Bray Street, Glen WalterEdit

Opened June 2016

Pumper 1 - 1997 GMC C8500 / Almonte (1050/1000)
Tanker 1 - 1997 GMC C8500 / Almonte (-/1600)
Rescue 1 - 1994 International 4700 / Tibotrac walk-in heavy rescue

Fire Station 2 - 4850 County Road 20, MartintownEdit

Pumper 2 - 1997 GMC C8500 / Almonte (1050/1000)
Tanker 2 - 2015 International WorkStar / Eastway (1250/3000)
Rescue 2 - 2000 Ford E-450 walk-in medium rescue (ex-Ambulance)

Fire Station 3 - 19652 County Road 17 (John Street), WilliamstownEdit

Built 1977

Pumper 3 - 1997 GMC C8500 / Almonte (1050/1000)
Tanker 3 - 1995 GMC C8500 / Almonte (-/1700)

Fire Station 4 - 221 County Road 34, LancasterEdit

Built 2001

Unit 1 - 2014 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD 4x4 utility
Pumper 4 - 1996 Freightliner FL80 / Metalfab (1050/1000)
Rescue 4 - 2013 Spartan Metro Star / Dependable walk-around heavy rescue

Fire Station 5 - 21136 Concession Road 5, North LancasterEdit

Pumper 5 - 2001 GMC T / Superior pumper (1050/1000) (SN#SE 2483)
Tanker 5 - 2016 International / Arnprior
Rescue 5 - 2000 Ford E-series EMS conversion

Retired ApparatusEdit

2005 GMC C8500 / Eastway (port./1650) (Involved in roll over accident February 6th, 2016)
1995 GMC Top Kick / Almonte pumper/tanker (840 front-mount/2500)
1995 GMC Top Kick tanker (port./2500)
1988 Ford C / Dependable walk-in heavy rescue
1978 GMC T6500 / King pumper (840/?) (SN#77040)
1973? pumper (625/500)

Future PlansEdit

The Township is investigating the possibility of moving the Williamstown Fire Hall to an existing public works garage on William Street. The public works garage would move to another site. The proposal was to be investigated further in winter 2018.

External LinksEdit

Station MapEdit

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