MIDLAND FIRE DEPARTMENT



The Town of Midland is situated at the gateway to Georgian Bay's picturesque 30,000 Islands.
Our culturally rich town has become the nerve center of North Simcoe for economic prosperity, envious lifestyle in idyllic surroundings
and an abundance of recreational pursuits. A very safe, clean and hospitable community,
Midland has a population of over 16,800. It is the central location of the Southern Georgian Bay area and has a population of approximately 43,000 in a 15 mile radius.
In summer months, the area population grows to over 100,000 due to over 8,000 cottages, resort hotels, provincial and national parks.

The Midland Fire Department is a composite fire department that consists of a Fire Chief, a Deputy Fire Chief, a Fire Prevention Officer,
10 Career Firefighters, 20 Volunteer Firefighters, and an Executive Assistant.
The station has a four bay double depth apparatus area, administration offices, and a training room.
On the grounds at the front of the building are a Fire Fighter Memorial and a Bell.



STATION
STATION

PUMPER 1 PUMPER 2 AERIAL 1 RESCUE 1
PUMPER 1 PUMPER 2 AERIAL 1 RESCUE 1
1985 Ford / Superior
1050 GPM Pump / 500 Gal. Tank
Built In Foam System
1990 Ford / Superior
1050 GPM Pump / 750 Gal. Tank
Built In Foam System
1990 Grumman Aerial Cat
1500 GPM Pump / 200 Gal. Tank
102' Platform
2005 International 4400 / Superior
4 Door Walk In Rear

TANKER 1 RESCUE 10 CAR 1
TANKER 1 RESCUE 10 COMMAND 1
1989 White Volvo / Almonte
3500 Gal. Tank
1983 Ford E350
Wilcox Built
2004 Ford F150
Crew Cab

MIDLAND FIRE FIGHTERS MEMORIAL
MIDLAND FIRE FIGHTERS MEMORIAL



This Page Updated August 2007