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 Thorndale 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.