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There are five fire stations in Barrie, located in different parts of the City. This page provides detail about each station, including crews, trucks and equipment available to respond.
Opened in 2011 and includes an attached museum pertaining to the history of the Barrie Fire Dept. Two crews respond from this station, one Pumper and an Aerial and with certain calls they will be accompanied by a Platoon Chief.
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Previous Station 1 was at 65 Vespra Street. Built in 1964 and in operation from 1965 to 2011, it was torn down in 2013. Originally was Headquarters to Barrie Police and Barrie Fire until the police moved to new headquarters in the early 1990’s.
The smallest of Barrie's fire halls. It was built in 1974 and is staffed by one crew who responds with a Pumper/Rescue truck.
Built is 1995, this station is staffed by two crews responding with a Pumper and an Aerial. There are plans to expand the station with the addition of another bay.
Built in 2000. The Pumper/Rescue truck responds from here with one crew.
The newest of Barrie's Fire stations. It became operational is 2012 and is an interim hall; the space is leased from a private owner and was built to meet the needs of the fire department. A permanent location is planned for the future. This hall is staffed by one crew which responds with a Pumper/Rescue vehicle.
The original fire station in Barrie was located on Mulcaster Street at Collier and it burned down in 1873. In September 1965 the New Vespra Street firehall was opened. It was in operation from 1965 to 2011, and demolished in 2013. Originally was Headquarters to Barrie Police and Barrie Fire until the police moved to new headquarters in the early 1990’s.
Including fire prevention vehicles, Barrie Fire and Emergency Service has a fleet of 30.
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