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HistoryEdit

The Dunnville Fire Department was created in 1973 when the Town of Dunnville was created as a lower-level town within the Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk. In 2001, Dunnville amalgamated with Haldimand and the eastern half of Nanticoke to form the Haldimand County Fire Department.

Fire Stations Edit

Station Address In Service Notes
Fire Station 1 111 Tamarac Street, Dunnville Currently Haldimand County Station 9.
Fire Station 2 7234 Rainham Road, Byng Became Haldimand County Station 10. Amalgamated with Station 9 and closed 2015.
Fire Station 3 81 Mumby Road, Moulton Built 1963. Became Haldimand County Station 8. Amalgamated with Station 9 in 2013.
Fire Station 5 2685 North Shore Road, Lowbanks Became Haldimand County Station 7. Replaced with new building in 2008.

ApparatusEdit

(Haldimand County Shop 90-9934) - 1990 Ford F800 / Grumman pumper (1050/840) (SN#18483-FC)
(Haldimand County Shop 90-0000) - 1990 Ford F800 / Grumman pumper (1050/840) (SN#18482-FC)
1990 Ford F800 / Grumman pumper (1050/840) (SN#18481-FC)
(Haldimand County Shop 81-9923) - 1981 International S1954 / Thibault pumper (625/800) (SN#T82-122)
(Haldimand County Shop 80-9921) - 1980 Ford L9000 / King pumper (840/200/75' Telesqurt) (SN#79069)
1973 Chevrolet C65 tanker (-/1700)
1972 Ford L900 / King pumper (625/500) (SN#72028)
1953 International / LaFrance pumper (SN#B-2034) (Ex-Orillia Fire Department)
1950 Bickle-Seagrave pumper (625/?)
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