Fire Stations

As one of the largest primarily volunteer Fire Services in Ontario, this department prides itself on protecting life, property and the environment. Town of Caledon Fire & Emergency Services is comprised of approximately 250 personnel working out of nine fire stations. Fire & Emergency Services staff provide fire prevention education, inspect public premises to ensure that buildings comply with the Ontario Fire Code, respond to motor vehicle collisions to provide extrication and rescue, in addition to providing fire prevention, fire control and emergency medical care.

Legend
A (Aerial)
C (Car)
CP (Command Post)
P (Pumper)
S (Squad)
T (Tanker)
TR (Trailer)

Caledon Fire Headquarters - 6211 Old Church Road, Caledon East

C301, C302, C303, C304, C305, C306, C307, C308, C309, C310, TR301, TR302

Station 301 - 19630 Main Street, Alton - Built 1977

P301, S301, T01

Station 302 - 28 Ann Street, Bolton - Built 1989

P302, S312, T302

Station 303 - 6085 Old Church Road, Caledon East - Built 1968

CP303, P303, S303, T303, T323, P31 Antique

Station 304 - 14190 Creditview Road, Cheltenham - Built 1973

S304, T304

Station 305 - 67 Mackenzie Street, Inglewood - Built 1981

P305, S305, T305

Station 306 - 17177 Highway # 50, Palgrave - Built 1972

P306, S306, T306

Station 307 - 2 Snelcrest Drive, Snelgrove - Built 1995

P307, S307, T307

Station 308 - 6000 Highway # 9, Mono Mills - Built 1981

P308, S308, T308

Station 309 - 3611 Charleston Sideroad, Caledon Village - Built 2001

A309, P309, P329, S309, T309