Thames Centre was created in 2001 through the amalgamation of the Townships of North Dorchester and West Nissouri.
Located immediately east of London, the municipality has a population of 13,000.
|Thorndale Fire Station||160 King Street, Thorndale||1998 (amalgamation)-present||Former West Nissouri Township Fire Station|
All pump/tank measurements are in Imperial gallons.
Dorchester Fire Station - 2156 Dorchester Road, DorchesterEdit
- Engine 1 - 2007 Spartan / Rosenbauer (1050/1000/30F)
- Engine 2 - 1987 GMC C70 Kodiak / Thibault pumper (840/1000) (SN#T87-147)
- Tanker 1 - 1991 E-One Protector (1050/1640) (SN #9205)
- Tanker 2 - 2011 International 7600 / E-One vacuum tanker
- Service 1 - 1998 Ford F350 / American Fire Equipment/Omaha CAFS unit
- Rescue 1 - 1999 Freightliner FL70 / Superior (SN #SE 1977)
Thorndale Fire Station - 160 King Street, ThorndaleEdit
- Engine 1 - 2011 E-One Typhoon (1050/800/30F) (SN#136418)
- Tanker 1 - 2010 International 7400 / Pierce (840/1500/30F) (SN#22538)
- Tanker 2 - 2015 International 7600 / Dependable (840/2500)
- Thorndale Rescue - 2003 Freightliner FB65 / Dependable
- 2017 Spartan Metro Star / Dependable pumper/tanker to replace Dorchester Engine 2
- Tenders for a new field/brush rescue vehicle were called in June 2017.
- 1989 International 4900 / Amertek tanker (350/1500)
- 1989 International 4900 / Robica-Forman tanker (250/1500)
- 1987 Ford C800 / E-One pumper (840/850) (SN #5230)
The municipality is planning to build a new fire station in Thorndale. The current King Street location is no longer owned by the municipality. In summer 2016, a site at 17198 Thorndale Road, east of Thorndale, was approved and work began to remove the former roads garage on the property. Construction on the 8900 square foot building started in May 2017.