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HistoryEdit

The Mississauga Fire Department was established in 1968 through the merging of local fire departments from Cooksville, Lakeview, Malton, Meadowvale, and the Toronto Township Volunteer Fire Department. The Port Credit Fire Department and Streetsville Fire Department became part of MFD when the City of Mississauga was incorporated in 1974 as part of municipal restructuring in Peel Region. The first station to open as the Mississauga Fire Department was the original Station 6 (later renumbered 106, now demolished). By 1975, Mississauga's fire service became a full-time career department and the name was eventually changed to Mississauga Fire & Emergency Services (MFES).

Former Fire StationsEdit

Station Address In Service Notes
1 17 Dundas Street East 19?? - 1974 Former Toronto Township Cooksville Fire Hall. Since demolished.
5 Victory Crescent 19?? - 1981 Former Malton Fire Hall
116 7033 Telford Way 19?? - 2012 Rental facility in an industrial plaza. Replaced by a new building on Tomken Road.
106 3450 Dixie Road 1968 - 2013 One of two original MFD stations. Replaced by a new building on Winding Trail. Demolished August - September 2015.
119 3201 Elmbank Road 1999 - 2015 Leased from Greater Toronto Airports Authority. Now Toronto Pearson Firehall 3.

Re-organized CompaniesEdit

Company Date Re-organized Notes
Squad 101 January 2020Re-organized as Squad 121
Aerial 101 January 2020Re-organized as Aerial 114
Aerial 104 Between 1991 and 2001Re-organized as Pumper 104 or Aerial 103
Pumper 106 2008Re-organized as Squad 106, re-instated 9 December 2019
Squad 106 9 December 2019Re-organized as Pumper 106
Pumper 110 9 December 2019Re-organized as Squad 110
Squad 111 January 2020Re-organized as Pumper 111, January - June 2020, re-instated
Pumper 114 18 November 2019Re-organized as Pumper 120
Squad 114 January 2020Re-organized as Squad 120
Pumper 131 January 2020Organized as second pumper to Station 101

Department ProfileEdit

Mississauga Fire currently operates on four 24-hour shifts (A, B, C, D) with approximately 125 firefighters on duty at any time. Today, Mississauga Fire responds to over 30,000 emergency calls annually and co-ordinates with Toronto Fire Services, Brampton Fire and Emergency Services, Peel Regional Paramedic Services, Peel Regional Police and Pearson Airport Fire & Emergency Services. Rank and file members of the department are organized as the International Association of Fire Fighters union, local 1212.

Rank StructureEdit

  1. Fire Chief
  2. Assistant Chief - Deputy officer to the Fire Chief and command officer for 1 department portfolio:
    • Capital Assets
    • Fire Prevention and Life Safety
    • Operations and Communications
    • Professional Development and Accreditation
  3. Platoon Chief - Command officer for all fire suppression staff for 1 shift
  4. District Chief - Command officer for all fire suppression staff within 1 geographical region
  5. Captain - Company officer for 1 frontline apparatus or company
  6. Acting Captain - Substitute officer for 1 frontline apparatus or company
  7. Firefighter
  8. Probationary Firefighter

FleetEdit

The department operates 21 fire stations and 31 frontline apparatus. Each frontline apparatus is staffed with one Captain, one Acting Captain, and two firefighters. All stations and apparatus were renumbered to the present day 100 series numbers in the early 1990s as part of a regional numbering system.

The current fleet is comprised of the following units:

Frontline ApparatusEdit

  • 17 Pumper Companies
    • 16 pumpers (101, 102, 103, 104, 106, 108, 112, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 122, 131)
    • 1 75' Rear-Mount Ladder (109)
  • 6 Squad Companies (rescue pumpers)
    • 105, 107, 110, 111, 120, 121
  • 8 Aerial Companies
    • 2 103' Rear-Mount Ladders (105, 115)
    • 4 107' Rear-Mount Ladders (103, 107, 110, 111)
    • 2 100' Rear-Mount Platforms (106, 114)

Command UnitsEdit

  • 1 Platoon Chief (C106)
  • 3 District Chiefs (C107, C108, C109)

Cross-staffed Support UnitsEdit

  • 1 Air/Light Support unit
  • 1 Hazardous Materials (Haz-Mat) unit
  • 1 Mobile Command Post
  • 1 Rehab Support unit
  • 1 Special Operations Support vehicle
  • 1 Tanker
  • 1 Technical Rescue unit
  • Various miscellaneous apparatus

Apparatus RosterEdit

  • All pump/tank measurements are in Imperial gallons.
  • OLP# denotes Ontario Licence Plate number.

Station 101 (Cooksville) - 15 Fairview Road West (@ Hurontario Street)Edit

Built & opened 1974

  • Pumper 101 - 2019 Pierce Enforcer 7010 (1750/500/50F) (SN#33848-01)
  • Car 106 (Platoon Chief) - 2009 Toyota Highlander Hybrid (OLP#AC 56394) (2012 purchase)
  • Car 108 (South District Chief) - 2016 Ford Expedition Max 4x4 SSV (OLP#AL 90659)
  • Pumper 131 - 2018 Pierce Enforcer 7010 (1750/500/50F) (SN#32511-06) (OLP#AZ 23308) (Ex-P114)

Station 102 (Lakeview) - 710 3rd Street (@ Cawthra Road)Edit

Built 1978-79, opened 1979

  • Pumper 102 - 2018 Pierce Enforcer 7010 (1750/500/50F) (SN#32511-02) (OLP#AZ 23293)

Station 103 (Clarkson) - 2035 Lushes Avenue (@ Southdown Road)Edit

Built 1984-85, opened 1985

  • Pumper 103 - 2018 Pierce Enforcer 7010 (1750/500/50F) (SN#32511-04) (OLP#AZ 23307)
  • Aerial 103 - 2010 Spartan Gladiator Classic LFD / Smeal (1750/440/50A/105' rear-mount) (SO#3895) (OLP#AR 83416, previously 489 3ZH)

Station 104 (Port Credit) - 62 Port Street West (@ Mississauga Road)[1]Edit

Built 1955, annexed 1974

Station 105 (Malton) - 7101 Goreway Drive (north of Derry Road East)Edit

Built 1981, opened 1982

  • Squad 105 - 2018 Pierce Enforcer 7010 (1750/500/50F) (SN#32512) (OLP#AY 90970)
  • Aerial 105 - 2016 Spartan ERV Gladiator Classic MFD (1500/420/45F/103' rear-mount) (SN#216001) (OLP#AR 78506) (Ex-demo unit)

Station 106 (Applewood) - 1355 Winding Trail (@ Dixie Road)Edit

Built 2011-13, opened 2013

  • Pumper 106 - 2014 Spartan ERV Metro Star LFD (1750/500/50B) (SO#213061-03) (OLP#AF 70655) (Ex-P110)
  • Aerial 106 - 2018 Pierce Arrow XT 6710 (1750/315/50F/100' rear-mount platform) (SN#32514-02) (OLP#AY 90991)
  • Antique unit - 1952 Bickle-Seagrave Anniversary Series pumper (625/100)

Station 107 (Erindale) - 1965 Dundas Street West (east of Erin Mills Parkway)[2]Edit

Built 1968-70, opened 1970

Station 108 (Streetsville) - 2267 Britannia Road West (east of Erin Mills Parkway)[3]Edit

Built 1979-80, opened 1980

  • Pumper 108 - 2014 Spartan ERV Metro Star LFD (1750/500/50B) (SO#213061-02) (OLP#AF 70653)
  • Tanker 101 - 2001 Freightliner FL 112 / Dependable (1500/2000/500F) (SN#PT-1500-2500-01) (OLP#861 5JP)

Station 109 (J. R. Miller Training Centre) - 1735 Britannia Road East (east of Dixie Road)Edit

Built & opened 1977

  • Pumper 109 - 2018 Pierce Enforcer 7010 (1750/400/50F/75' HDL rear-mount) (SN#32510) (OLP#AZ 23295)

Station 110 (Queensway) - 2316 Hurontario Street (@ The Queensway)[4]Edit

Built 1981-82, opened 1982

  • Squad 110 - 2006 Spartan Metro Star FF LFD / Dependable (1500/500/50F) (OLP#01FS22) (Ex-S106, ex-S101)
  • Aerial 110 - 2019 Pierce Enforcer 7010 (1750/330/35F/107' Ascendant rear-mount) (SN#32881) (OLP#AZ 43645)

Station 111 (Meadowvale) - 2740 Derry Road West (east of Glen Erin Drive)[5]Edit

Built 1982-83, opened 1983

  • Squad 111 - 2008 Spartan Metro Star FF LFD / Dependable (1500/500/50F) (OLP#36FS05)
  • Aerial 111 - 2011 Spartan Gladiator Classic LFD / Smeal (1750/440/50A/105' rear-mount) (SO#3910) (OLP#382 6ZX)

Station 112 (Erindale Station) - 4090 Creditview Road (north of Burnhamthorpe Road West)[6]Edit

Built 1984, opened 1985

Station 114 (Heartland) - 5845 Falbourne Street (north of Matheson Boulevard West)[7]Edit

Built & opened 1990

Station 115 (Erin Mills) - 4595 Glen Erin Drive (south of Eglinton Avenue West)Edit

Built & opened 1991

  • Pumper 115 - 2018 Pierce Enforcer 7010 (1750/500/50F) (SN#32511-01) (OLP#AY 75465)
  • Aerial 115 - 2015 Spartan ERV Gladiator Classic MFD (1500/420/45F/103' rear-mount) (SN#213144) (OLP#AP 89775) (Ex-demo unit)
  • Car 160 - 2015 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD Duramax (OLP#AJ 72797)

Station 116 (West Airport) - 6825 Tomken Road (south of Derry Road East)Edit

Built 2011-12, opened 2012

  • Pumper 116 - 2018 Pierce Enforcer 7010 (1750/500/50F) (SN#32511-03) (OLP#AZ 23294)
  • Air & Light 101 - 2011 Freightliner M2 106 / 1987 Dependable / 2012 refurb/remount (OLP#424 7YZ)

Station 117 (Tomken) - 1090 Nuvik Court (northeast of Tomken Road / Eglinton Avenue)Edit

Built & opened 1999

  • Pumper 117 - 2019 Pierce Enforcer 7010 (1750/500/50F) (SN#33848-02)
  • Command Post 101 - 2011 Freightliner M2 106 / 1997 Metalfab / 2011 refurb/remount (OLP#424 8YZ)
  • Car 109 (North East District Chief) - 2016 Ford Expedition Max 4x4 SSV (OLP#AL 90661)

Station 118 (East Credit) - 1045 Bristol Road West (west of Terry Fox Way)Edit

Built & opened 1996

  • Pumper 118 - 2017 Spartan ERV Metro Star EMFD (1500/840/15F) (SN#216002) (OLP#AR 78507) (Ex-S-180 demo unit)
  • Car 107 (North West District Chief) - 2016 Ford Expedition Max 4x4 SSV (OLP#AL 90660)

Station 119 (Toronto Pearson) - 6375 Airport RoadEdit

Built 2014-15, opened 2015

Station 120 - 125 Eglinton Avenue West (east of Fairwind Drive)[10]Edit

Built 2018-19, opened 2019

  • Pumper 120 [11] - 2019 Pierce Enforcer 7010 (1750/500/50F) (SN#32511-07) (OLP#AZ 43644)
  • Squad 120 - 2007 Spartan Metro Star FF LFD / Dependable / 2017 refurb (1500/500/50F) (OLP#01FS47) (Ex-S114)

Station 121 (Meadowvale Village) - 6745 Mavis Road (south of Derry Road West)[12]Edit

Built 2001-02, opened 2002

  • Pumper 121 - 2017 Spartan ERV Metro Star EMFD (1500/840/15F) (SN#216016) (OLP#AR 78508) (Ex-S-180 demo unit)
  • Squad 121 - 2008 Spartan Metro Star FF LFD / Dependable (1500/500/50F) (OLP#36FS13) (Ex-S101)
  • Tech Rescue 101 - 1997 American LaFrance Eagle 134 / 1990 Dependable walk-in heavy rescue (OLP#AV3 411) (Ex-R114)

Station 122 (Churchill Meadows) - 3600 Thomas Street (@ Tenth Line West)[13]Edit

Built 2002-03, opened 2003

  • Pumper 122 - 2018 Pierce Enforcer 7010 (1750/500/50F) (SN#32511-05) (OLP#AZ 23292)
  • Rehab 101 - 1999 Chevrolet Express 2500 cube van (OLP#HW3 965)
  • Antique unit - 1934 GMC / Bickle-Seagrave pumper (OLP#882 HVS) (2012 Dependable refurbishment)

Garry W. Morden Centre / Headquarters (Lisgar) - 7535 Ninth Line (south of Highway 401)[14]Edit

Built 2010-12, opened 2012

Fire AdministrationEdit

  • Car 101 (Fire Chief) - 2015 Toyota Highlander Hybrid (OLP#AK 52373)

Mechanical DivisionEdit

  • Car 161 - 2009 Chevrolet Express 1500 cube van (OLP#969 6YW)
  • Car 162 - 2004 Chevrolet Express 1500 (OLP#AB 99931)
  • Car 163 - 2004 Chevrolet Express 1500 (OLP#AB 99932)
  • Car 164 - 2015 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD Duramax (OLP#AJ 72798)
  • Car 166 (Station Manager) - 2004 Chevrolet Express 1500 (OLP#AB 99930)
  • Car 167 - 200? Chevrolet Express cube van
  • Car 170 - 201? Chevrolet Silverado

Training DivisionEdit

  • Pumper 180 - 2001 Spartan Gladiator FF MFD / Smeal (1500/500/55' rear-mount) (SN#109070) (OLP#885 6KT) (Ex-P109, ex-P104)
  • Car 180 - 2013 Toyota Highlander Hybrid (OLP#AS 31560)
  • Car 181 - 2006 Chevrolet Express 2500 (OLP#906 5VE) (Ex-C109)
  • Car 182 (Training Officer) - 2011 Ford Expedition Max 4x4 SSV (OLP#AN 35957, previously 824 8ZL or 9ZL) (Ex-C107 or C109)
  • Car 183 (Training Officer) - 2011 Ford Expedition Max 4x4 SSV (OLP#AN 19666, previously 824 8ZL or 9ZL) (Ex-C107 or C109)
  • Car 184 - 1995 Ford F250 / Dependable box rescue (OLP#HW9 800)
  • Training Vehicle 01 - 2006 Chevrolet Express 3500 (OLP#895 1MY) (Ex-C182)
  • Training Vehicle 02 - 2006 Chevrolet Express 3500 (OLP#894 9MY) (Ex-C183)

MiscellaneousEdit

  • Antique unit - 1926 Bickle-Seagrave pumper (2012 Dependable refurbishment) (Displayed in front lobby)

New / Upcoming Deliveries (To be placed in service)Edit

  • Aerial 103 - 2019 Pierce Enforcer 7010 (1750/330/35F/107' Ascendant rear-mount) (SN#33850-03)
  • Aerial 111 - 2019 Pierce Enforcer 7010 (1750/330/35F/107' Ascendant rear-mount) (SN#33850-02)
  • Squad 110 - 2019 Pierce Enforcer 7010 (1750/500/50F) (SN#33849-01)
  • Squad 121 - 2019 Pierce Enforcer 7010 (1750/500/50F) (SN#33849-02)

Fire Prevention & Life Safety (Mississauga City Hall) - 300 City Centre DriveEdit

  • Car 102 (Chief FPO) - 2013 Toyota Highlander Hybrid (OLP#AC 56393)
  • Car 121 (FPO) - 2008 Ford Escape XLT Hybrid (OLP#AB 33986)
  • Car 122 (FPO) - 2008 Ford Escape XLT Hybrid (OLP#AB 33989)
  • Car 123 (FPO) - 2008 Ford Escape XLT Hybrid (OLP#AB 33988)
  • Car 124 (FPO) - 2008 Ford Escape XLT Hybrid (OLP#AB 33987)
  • Car 125 (PEO) - 2006 Chevrolet Express 3500 (OLP#895 2MY)
  • Car 126 (PEO) - 2006 Chevrolet Uplander LS (OLP#AZBZ 432)
  • Car 127 - 2006 Chevrolet Express 2500 (OLP#AP 52131, previously 335 2VX) (Ex-C107)

Spare ApparatusEdit

  • Pumper 150 - 2010 Spartan Metro Star LFD / Dependable (1500/520/50F) (OLP#AN 36066, previously 348 9YR) (Ex-P114, ex-P101)
  • Pumper 151 - 2010 Spartan Metro Star LFD / Dependable (1500/520/50F) (OLP#AX 32916, previously 354 8YR) (Ex-P122, ex-P110)
  • Pumper 152 - 2003 Spartan Metro Star FF MFD / Smeal / 2015 Dependable (1500/500/30F) (SN#302260) (OLP#833 4MJ) (Ex-P115, ex-S111)
  • Pumper 153 - 2014 Spartan ERV Metro Star LFD (1750/500/50B) (SO#213061-01) (OLP#AF 70654) (Ex-P101 [15])
  • Pumper 154 - 2009 Spartan Metro Star LFD / Dependable (1500/520/50F) (SN#29493) (OLP#654 5XZ) (Ex-P116)
  • Pumper 155 - 2003 Spartan Metro Star FF MFD / Smeal / 2006 Dependable (1500/500/50F) (OLP#833 3MJ) (Ex-P102, ex-S106, ex-S150, ex-S107[16], ex-P122)
  • Pumper 156 - 2009 Spartan Metro Star LFD / Dependable (1500/520/50F) (SN#29500) (OLP#893 6ZS, previously 650 7XZ) (Ex-P103)
  • Squad 150 - 2006 Spartan Metro Star FF LFD / Dependable (1750/500/50F) (SN#P352-1750-500-06) (OLP#01FS23) (Ex-P114, ex-P101)
  • Squad 151 - 2005 Spartan Metro Star FF LFD / Seagrave / 2015 Dependable (1500/500/50F) (OLP#668 4RH) (Ex-S105)
  • Aerial 151 - 2002 Spartan Gladiator FF MFD / Smeal (1500/400/20F/105' rear-mount) (SN#203130) (OLP#312 9LK) (Ex-A105)
  • Aerial 152 - 1995 Spartan Gladiator LFD / Superior / Smeal (1250/400/105' rear-mount) (SN#SE 1441) (OLP#AR 83480, previously AV3 437) (Ex-A150, ex-A107)
  • Aerial 153 - 2004 Spartan Gladiator Sirius MFD / Smeal (1500/400/25F/105' rear-mount) (SN#401080) (OLP#811 3NW) (Ex-A110)
  • Aerial - 2010 Spartan Gladiator Classic LFD / Smeal (1750/440/50A/105' rear-mount) (SO#3896) (OLP#489 4ZH) (Ex-A107)
  • Car 105 (Senior Chief spare vehicle) - 2009 Toyota Highlander Hybrid (OLP#AC 56389)
  • Car 110 (District Chief spare vehicle) - 2011 Ford Expedition Max 4x4 SSV (OLP#825 0ZL) (Ex-C108)

Assignment UnknownEdit

  • 2014 Spartan ERV Metro Star LFD pumper (1750/500/50B) (SO#213146-02) (OLP#AJ 53806) (Ex-P117)
  • 2006 Chevrolet Express 2500 (OLP#906 4VE) (Ex-C110, ex- C108)
  • 2003 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD (OLP#202 9XC) (Ex-C160)
  • 2001 Chevrolet Express 1500 (OLP#217 8XO) (Ex-C181, ex-C107)
  • 1999 Chevrolet Express 2500 cube van (OLP#AV3 4??) (Ex-C167)

On OrderEdit

The City of Mississauga has established a five-year, renewable and extendable agreement with Commercial Emergency Equipment (May 3, 2018). The following apparatus are on order as per the agreement:

  • Two (2) or four (4) Pierce heavy rescues (delayed)
  • Haz-Mat 101 - 2019 Pierce haz-mat/specialty unit
  • Four (4) 2020 Pierce rescue pumpers

Retired ApparatusEdit

  • 2005 Spartan Metro Star FF LFD / Seagrave rescue pumper (1500/500/50F) (SN#2514) (OLP#339 6XZ) (Ex-S150, ex-S107) [17]
  • 2002 Spartan Gladiator FF MFD / Smeal platform (1500/250/20F/85' rear-mount) (OLP#725 6LP) (Ex-A106)
  • 2002 Dodge Durango SUV (OLP#313 0LK) (Ex-C106)
  • 2001 American LaFrance Eagle 148RR / Becker pumper / 2013 Dependable refurb (1250/500/30F) (OLP#401 6KA) (Ex-P150, ex-P112, ex-P101)
  • 2001 American LaFrance Eagle 148RR / Becker pumper / 2013 Dependable refurb (1250/500/30F) (OLP#401 7KA) (Ex-P153, ex-P121) (Donated to Saint Lucia Fire Service via Firefighters Without Borders in January 2020)
  • 1999 American LaFrance Eagle 148 / Smeal quint / 2013 refurb (1750/400/105' rear-mount) (SN#994080) (OLP#JT8 345) (Ex-A150, ex-A115) (Donated to Saint Lucia Fire Service via Firefighters Without Borders on 12 March 2020)
  • 1999 American LaFrance Eagle 148RR / Smeal pumper (1750/500/25F) (SN#B61110) (OLP#351 6HL) (Ex-P153, ex-P110)
  • 1999 American LaFrance Eagle 148RR / Smeal pumper (1750/500/25F) (SN#993080) (OLP#351 7HL) (Ex-P150, ex-P108, ex-P106)
  • 1999 American LaFrance Eagle 148RR / Smeal pumper / 2013 refurb (1750/500/25F) (SN#999090) (OLP#351 8HL) (Ex-P152, ex-P122, ex-S105, ex-P101)
  • 1998 American LaFrance Eagle 148 / Smeal quint (1500/500/55' rear-mount) (OLP#556 3EL) (Ex-P180, ex-P117)
  • 1998 American LaFrance Eagle 148RR / Smeal / 2008 Dependable pumper (1500/500) (OLP#KB4 397) (Ex-P155, ex-P114) [18]
  • 1998 Spartan Gladiator FF LFD / Smeal platform (1750/300/100' rear-mount) (OLP#557 4EL) (Ex-A106, ex-A101)
  • 1997 HME 1871-P LFD / Superior pumper / 2015 Dependable refurb (1250/500) (SN#SE 1690) (OLP#AV3 431) (Ex-P151, ex-P103, ex-P101)
  • 1996 HME 1871-W LFD / Smeal quint (1250/400) (SN#691070) (OLP#AV3 433) (Ex-P118) [19]
  • 1996 HME 1871-W LFD / Smeal quint (1250/400) (SN#694060) (OLP#AV3 417) (Ex-P119) [20]
  • 1996 HME 1871-SFO MFD / 1988 Dependable walk-in rescue (Ex-R101, ex-S101) (Sold to Springwater Township Fire and Emergency Services (Ontario))
  • 1996 HME 1871-SFO MFD / 1988 Dependable walk-in rescue (Ex-S114) (Sold to North Middlesex Fire Department)
  • 1995 Spartan Gladiator LFD / Superior / Smeal quint (1250/400/105' rear-mount) (SN#SE 1440) (OLP#AM 60879, previously HW9 799) (Ex-A153, ex-A151, ex-A111)
  • 1994 Spartan Gladiator LFD / Superior pumper (1250/400) (SN#SE 1351) (OLP#YW8 143) (Ex-P154, ex-P109) [21]
  • 1993 Pemfab Imperial / Almonte pumper (1250/500) (OLP#AV3 428) (Ex-P154, ex-P101)
  • 1993 Pemfab Imperial / Almonte pumper (1250/500) (OLP#AV3 423) (Ex-P152, ex-P116, ex-P115)
  • 1993 Pemfab Imperial / Almonte pumper (1250/500) (OLP#AV3 427) (Ex-P150, ex-P102)
  • 1991 GMC / PK Welding step van (OLP#VP2 292) (Ex-CT101 )
  • 1991 Pierce Lance / Superior / Smeal quint (1250/400/105' rear-mount) (SN#SE 1163) (OLP#AV3 424) (Ex-A151, ex-A105) (Sold to Lambton College)
  • 1990 Pierce Lance / Superior / Smeal quint (1250/400/105' rear-mount) (SN#SE 1063) (Ex-A103, ex-A104) (Sold to Perth-Andover Fire Rescue)
  • 1990 Pierce Lance / Superior / Smeal quint (1250/400/105' rear-mount) (SN#SE 1071) (Ex-A150, ex-A110)
  • 1990 Pierce Lance / Superior pumper (1250/500/50' TeleSqurt) (SN#SE 1100) (Ex-P108, ex-P115)
  • 1989 Mack MR688P / Superior pumper (1250/500) (SN#SE 915) (OLP#RP9 639) (Ex-P153, ex-P112)
  • 1989 Mack MR688P / Superior pumper (1250/500) (SN#SE 916) (Ex-P154, ex-P116) (Sold to Magnetawan Fire Department)
  • 1988 GMC C7000 chassis (OLP#AV3 426) (Ex-CP101)
  • 1988 Mack MC / Anderson pumper (1250/500) (SN#MS-6000-117) (OLP#AV3 433) (Ex-P152, ex-P110)
  • 1987 Mack MR688S / Anderson platform (1250/225/85' Bronto) (Ex-A106) (Sold to Marystown Volunteer Fire Department)
  • 1986 Mack MC / Anderson pumper (1250/500) (OLP#AV3 438) (Ex-P155)
  • 1986 Mack MC / Anderson pumper (1250/500) (SN#CS-1250-84) (Ex-P150) (Sold to Seneca College)
  • 1986 Mack MC / Anderson pumper (1250/500) (SN#CS-1250-85) (Ex-P151) (Sold to Seneca College)
  • 1984 King CM-1 pumper (1050/500)
  • 1984 King CM-1 pumper (1050/500)
  • 1984 GMC C7000 chassis (OLP#RP9 647) (Ex-AL101) (Sold to Pelham Fire Services (Ontario)
  • 1984 GMC C7000 / PK Welding walk-in rescue (Sold to Wasaga Beach Fire Department)
  • 1983 Pemfab / Pierreville / 1988 Anderson platform (1050/500/92' Bronto) (SN#PFT-1175) (Ex-A101, ex-Aerial Tower 1) [22]
  • 1982 Kenworth LCF11 / Pierreville quint (1050/400/100' rear-mount) (SN#PFT-1251) (Ex-Aerial 11) (Sold to Service de Sécurité Incendie Verdun)
  • 1982 Kenworth LCF11 / Pierreville pumper (1050/500) (SN#PFT-1250) (Ex-Pumper 5) (Sold to Fenelon Fire Department)
  • 1981 International CO1950B / Pierreville quint (840/400/75' mid-mount) (SN#PFT-1081) (Ex-Pumper/Aerial 4) (Sold to Service de Sécurité Incendie Saint-Pierre)
  • 1981 Scot C1FD / Pierreville pumper (1050/500) (SN#PFT-1078) (Ex-Pumper 1) (Sold to Bexley Township Fire Department)
  • 1981 Scot C1FD / Pierreville pumper (1050/500) (Sold to Service de Sécurité Incendie de Wentworth-Nord)
  • 1981 Ford C-900 / Pierreville tanker (300/1500/150AFFF) (SN#-PFT-1013) (Sold to Erin Fire Department (Ontario))
  • 1979 Scot C1FD / Pierreville pumper (1050/500) (Ex-Pumper 12, ex-Pumper 1)
  • 1979 Scot C1FD / Pierreville pumper (1050/500)
  • 1978 Dodge / King mini-pumper (Sold to Pays Plat First Nation Fire Department)
  • 1977 Ford C-900 / King pumper (840/?/50' TeleSqurt) (Sold to King Fire & Emergency Services)
  • 1976 Ford C-800 / Thibault pumper (840/500) (SN#T76-163) (Sold to Qu'Appelle Fire Department)
  • 1976 Ford C-800 / Thibault pumper (840/500)
  • 1973 Ford C-900 / Pierreville pumper (840/500/700F) (SN#PFT-339) (Ex-Pumper 5)
  • 1973 Ford C-900 / Pierreville pumper (840/500/700F)
  • 1972 Ford C-900 / Thibault quint (840/200/100' rear-mount) (Sold to Bradford-West Gwillimbury Fire and Emergency Services)
  • 1971 Ford C-900 / Thibault pumper (840/500)
  • 1971 Ford C-900 / King quint (840/200/100' mid-mount) (SN#70039) (Sold to Antigonish Fire Department)
  • 1968 Ford C-900 / King quint (840/?/100') (Sold to Woolwich Township Fire Department (Ontario))
  • 1967 Dodge / King pumper (625/500) (Sold to Algoma Steel Fire Department)
  • 1967 Dodge / King pumper (625/500) (SN#65064) (Sold to Hampden Fire Department (Newfoundland and Labrador))
  • 1960 GMC / Marsh pumper (625/500)
  • 1958 Dodge D700 / King pumper (SN#5817) (Sold to Argyle Fire Department (Ontario))
  • 1958 Ford C / LaFrance pumper (500/250)
  • 1957 LaFrance 810-PNC foam tender (840/800) (Ex-Petro-Canada Lubricants Inc. Fire Department)
  • 1954 Dodge / Bickle pumper (625/500)
  • 1950 LaFrance 710-PJC pumper
  • 1949 LaFrance hose truck

NotesEdit

Station listing denotes specialty.

  1. Station 104 - Water & ice rescue
  2. Station 107 - Technical & elevator rescue
  3. Station 108 - Water supply / shuttle
  4. Station 110 - Elevator and water rescue
  5. Station 111 - Elevator and water rescue
  6. Station 112 - Haz-Mat Decon
  7. Station 114 - Haz-Mat
  8. H101 alternates between Stations 114 and 120. The truck switches between halls every other month for crew training.
  9. SOV101 is Technical Rescue / Haz-Mat support vehicle
  10. Station 120 - Haz-Mat
  11. Pink P120
  12. Station 121 - Technical and elevator rescue
  13. Station 122 - Rehab support
  14. The GWMC is a joint emergency services complex and serves as the headquarters (as of 2018) and training facility for Mississauga Fire & Emergency Services. The main building contains offices for fire administration, classrooms for instruction and training, as well as several apparatus bays for fleet service and maintenance. The training division features programs that specialize in fire suppression, structural collapse, and auto extrication. The centre is also used by several different agencies and is named after former Fire Chief Garry W. Morden.
  15. Pink P101
  16. 2005 rollover accident
  17. Sustained extensive heat damage from 2014 industrial fire, written off
  18. Dependable body installed after MVC in 2008
  19. 55' aerial ladder removed in 2016
  20. 55' aerial ladder removed in 2016
  21. 50' TeleSqurt removed in 2014
  22. Originally a Pierreville rear-mount platform, later converted to articulating Bronto

Future PlansEdit

The City of Mississauga is planning to build several fire stations in future for better coverage of response area gaps between certain stations.

  1. Station 123 is planned for the Winston Churchill & Collegeway area.
  2. Station 124 is planned for the Dundas & Cawthra area.
  3. Station 125 is planned for the Tenth Line & Battleford area.
  4. Station 126 is planned for the Dundas & Mavis area.
  5. Station 127 is planned for the Lorne Park area.

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