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In 2001, the Village of Brussels was amalgamated with other area municipalities to form the Municipality of Huron East. Huron East's fire departments continued to operate independently for a number of years post-amalgamation, but eventually a fire chief was hired for the entire municipality and the department is now part of Huron East Fire Department.

Fire Stations[]

Station Address In Service Notes
Fire Station Turnberry & Flora Streets 1875-1962 Part of Village Hall. Building torn down 1962, now site of Royal Canadian Legion.
Fire Station 51 CN Road 1995-2001 (amalgamation) Current Huron East Brussels Fire Station.


  • 1982 Ford C-900 / King pumper (625/500) (SN#810011)
  • 1974 GMC step van rescue
  • 1958 Chevrolet / Marsh pumper (840/?) (Ex-Pump 2)
  • 1953 Chevrolet 1500 Maple Leaf / Bickle-Seagrave pumper (420/500) (Ex-Government of Canada Civil Defence)
  • 1929 Chevrolet / Bickle combination hose & chemical (Ex-Oshawa Fire Services)