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HistoryEdit

The roots of Waterloo Fire Rescue can be traced back to 1857, when the newly incorporated Village of Waterloo passed a by-law calling for the establishment of "engine" and "hook and ladder" companies. Over the years, it transitioned from horse-drawn fire engines to a modern fleet, and from volunteer firefighters to a full team of professional firefighters after the Second World War.

Fire StationsEdit

Station Address In Service Notes
Fire Station 2 90 Westmount Road North 19??-2004 Currently leased to Waterloo Region EMS.

Apparatus RosterEdit

All pump/tank measurements are in Imperial gallons.

Fire Station 1 - 216 Weber Street North (south of University Avenue East)Edit

Built 1966

Pumper 1 - 2010 Pierce Impel PUC (1250/590/35F) (SN#23344-01) (Licence # AJ 53357, formerly 835 6YV)
Pumper 12 (Spare) - 2001 American LaFrance Eagle 148 RR / Becker (1500/700/20A) (Licence # OP8 656) (ex P-3)
Aerial 1 - 2003 Spartan Gladiator Classic LFD / Rosenbauer / General (1500/300/30F/104' RK tower) (Licence # 562 7MJ)
Car 1 - 200? Dodge Charger (Fire Chief)
Car 6 - 200? Ford F250 (Deputy Chief)
Car 23 - 20?? Chevrolet Express 2500 (Platoon Chief)
Support 1 - 2010 Ford F-250 (Licence # 657 9YV)
Training 1 - 2004 Ford F-250 (Licence # 663 8NT)

Fire Station 2 (Headquarters) - 470 Columbia St. West (west of Fischer-Hallman Road)Edit

Built 2003

Pumper 2 - 2009 Pierce Impel PUC (1250/400/15F/75' HAL) (SN#22371) (Licence # AP 58923, formerly 472 9YD)

Fire Station 3 - 150 Northfield Drive West (west of Conestoga Parkway)Edit

Built 1989

Pumper 3 - 2017 Spartan Metro Star Classic EMFD / Spartan ERV / Dependable (1250/800/20F) (Licence # AR 78477) (ex-stock unit)
Tanker 1 - 2013 Pierce Impel (1050/2415/40F) (SN#27089) (Licence # AF 59725)

Fire Station 4 - 911 University Avenue EastEdit

Built 2010

Pumper 4 - 2004 Spartan Gladiator Classic LFD / Rosenbauer Commander / General (1050/500/30F) (Licence # WE2 788) (ex P-1)

Assignment UnknownEdit

2010 Pierce Impel PUC pumper (1250/590/35F) (SN#23344-02) (Licence # 835 7YV) (ex-Pumper 3)

Retired ApparatusEdit

Future PlansEdit

The City of Waterloo is considering a re-commissioning of open former Fire Station 2 for better response coverage in the west.

External LinksEdit

Waterloo Fire Rescue

Station MapEdit

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