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Greater Sudbury Fire Services

About GSFS

There are approximately 107 career staff and 350 volunteer fire fighters that respond to about 4,600 emergency responses per year (12.6 calls daily on average)

Fire stations in the City of Greater Sudbury

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Fire Station 1 - 193 Van Horne St. (@ Shaughnessy St.), Sudbury - Built 1975

  • Pumper 1 - 2010 Pierce Arrow XT (1500/850/?F)
  • Aerial 1 - 2004 American Lafrance Eagle 134/LTI (1750/250/93' tower) (SN#0301320)
  • Rescue 1 - 2007 Freightliner M2 / American Lafrance
  • Water Rescue - 1992 GMC / Grumman-Olsen step van


Fire Station 2 - 144 Second Ave. South, Sudbury - Built 1983

  • Pumper 2 - 2010 Pierce Arrow XT (1500/850/?F)
  • Aerial 2 (Spare) - 2005 American Lafrance Eagle 134/LTI (1500/800/25F/75' midship)


Fire Station 3 - 1190 Leon Ave. (@ Lasalle Blvd.), Sudbury - Built 1974

  • Pumper 3 - 2010 Spartan Gladiator / Fort Garry (1250/600)
  • Brush 3 - 2000 Ford F550 / Superior (100/200) (SN#SE 2349)
  • Pumper 26 (Spare) - 1997 Spartan Gladiator / Almonte (1250/600) (SN#11799)


Fire Station 4 - 2069 Long Lake Rd. (@ Paris St.), Sudbury - Built 1977

  • Pumper 4 - 2009 Pierce Arrow XT (1250/640/25F) (SN#20351)
  • Tanker 4 - 1988 Freightliner FLL6342S / Anderson/2005 C-Max (1500/3000) (SN#CS-7000-129) (chassis/pump from 23 metre Bronto)
  • Hazmat 1 - 1996 Freightliner FL106 / Dependable


Fire Station 5 - 7A Serpentine St., Copper Cliff

  • Pumper 5 - 1998 Spartan Gladiator / Almonte (1250/600) (SN#13069)


Fire Station 6 - 25 Black Lake Rd., Lively - Built 1969

  • Aerial 6 - 2005 American Lafrance Eagle 134/LTI (1500/800/25F/75')
  • Tanker 6 - 1999 GMC C8500 / Almonte (450/1500/20F)


Fire Station 7 - 229-9th Ave., Lively - Built 1950

  • Pumper 7 - 1995 Freightliner FL80 / Superior (1050/1000) (SN#SE 1456)
  • Brush 7 - 2005 GMC C5500 / Seagrave (port./300/10F)


Fire Station 8 - 4895 Municipal Rd. 55, Whitefish - Built 1967

  • Pumper 8 - 2003 Freightliner FL106 / Superior (1050/800) (SN#SE 3009)
  • Tanker 8 - 2004 Freightliner FL80 / Superior (port./1500) (SN#SE 3350)
  • Brush 8 - 2013 Ford F550 / CET (port./340)
  • Rescue 8 - 1992 GMC / Grumman-Olsen step van


Fire Station 9 - 7535 Highway 17, Beaver Lake

  • Pumper 9 - 2012 Freightliner M2 / Fort Garry (1050/1000/25F) (SN#M393)
  • Support 9 - 2006 Ford E350 / Demers


Fire Station 10 - 239 Montée Principale, Azilda (Headquarters / Fleet Services)

  • Pumper 10 - 2009 Sutphen Shield (1250/800/20F) (SN#HS4673)
  • Rescue 10 - 1996 Freightliner FL80 / Superior (#SE 1697)
  • Reserve 3


Fire Station 11 - 3400 Highway 144, Chelmsford

  • Aerial 11 - 2005 American Lafrance Eagle 134/LTI (1500/800/25F/75')
  • Tanker 11 - 2004 Freightliner FL80 / Superior (port./1500) (SN#SE 3348)
  • Brush 11 - 2000 Ford F550 / Dependable (port./200)


Fire Station 12 - 65 Highway 144, Dowling - Built 1970

  • Pumper 12 - 2003 Freightliner FL106 / Superior (1050/800) (SN#SE 3010)
  • Brush 12 - 2013 Ford F550 / CET (port./340)
  • Tanker 12 - 2004 Freightliner FL80 / Superior (port./1500) (SN#SE 3349)
  • Rescue 12 - 1990 Ford E350 / Unicell light rescue


Fire Station 13 - 2214 Vermillion Lake Rd., Vermillion Lake

  • Pumper 13 - 1999 GMC C8500 / Maxi Métal (1050/800) (SN#17022)


Fire Station 14 - 50 Nickel St., Levack

  • Pumper 14 - 2007 International 4400 / E-One (1050/840)
  • Brush 14 - 2013 Ford F550 / CET (port./340)


Fire Station 15 - 3064 Leduc St., Val Caron

  • Pumper 15 - 1995 Freightliner FL80 / Superior (1050/500) (#SE 1457)
  • Tanker 15 - 1995 Freightliner FL106 / NOVAQuintech (425/2000)


Fire Station 16 - 4200 Municipal Rd. 80, Val Therese - Built 1993

  • Pumper 16 - 2010 Pierce Arrow XTBrush 16 - 1997 Ford F350 pickup (port./160)


Fire Station 17 - 4680 Lafontaine St., Hanmer - Built 1958

  • Pumper 17 - 1998 International 4900 / Superior (1050/900/30F)
  • Tanker 17 - 2008 Sterling Acterra / Fort Garry (-/1500)


Fire Station 18 - 65 Railway Ave., Capreol - Building renovated and opened as a Fire Station in October 2010

  • Pumper 18 - 1986 Ford C8000 / Thibault (1050/500)
  • Brush 18 - 2008 GMC C5500 / CET
  • Rescue 18 - 1994 Grumman Olsen / Almonte step van
  • Parade - 1929 Gotfredson Bickle pumper (Owned by the Capreol Firefighters' Club)


Fire Station 20 - 206 Church St., Garson - Built 1955/1974

  • Pumper 20 - 1997 Freightliner FL80 / Fort Garry (1050/1000)
  • Rescue 20 - 1995 Ford F-Super Duty / Unicell/FD built
  • Brush 20 - 1995 Ford F150 (port./200)


Fire Station 21 - 21 Edison Rd., Falconbridge - Built 1977

  • Aerial 21 - 1988 Ford C8000 / Superior (1050/500/50' telesqurt) (SN#SE 882)*Tanker 21 - 2008 Kenworth / Pierce


Fire Station 22 - 20 MacLennan Dr., Skead - Built 1980

  • Pumper 22 - 1987 Ford F800 / Hub (1050/1000)
  • Brush 22 - 2005 GMC C5500 / Seagrave (port./300/10F)


Fire Station 23 - 7 Second Ave., Coniston - Built 1971

  • Pumper 23 - 1999 International / Fort Garry (1050/1000)
  • Brush 23 - 2005 GMC C5500 / Seagrave (port./300/10F)


Fire Station 24 - 162 Hill St., Wahnapithae - Built 1976

  • Pumper 24 - 2003 Freightliner FL116 / Superior (1050/800)
  • Tanker 24 - 2003 Freightliner FL106 / Superior


Fire Station 25 - 566 Red Deer Lake Rd. North

  • Pumper 25 - 2012 Freightliner M2 / Fort Garry (1050/1000/25F) (SN#M394)Ford E-series van


Assignment unknown

  • Reserve 1 - 2008 Pierce Arrow XT pumper (1250/625) (SN#20627)
  • Car 2 - Make/model unknown
  • 1998 Spartan Gladiator / Almonte pumper (1250/600) (SN#12253)
  • 1994 Ford F / Wilcox/FD-built brush tender
  • 1993 Spartan Metro Star / Fort Garry pumper (1050/800) (SN#M5132)
  • 1991 Ford F800 / Superior tanker (420/1200) (SN#SE 1235)
  • 1990 Ford F700 / 1986 Dependable light rescue
  • 1988 Ford F350 / Del Bodies hazmat
  • 1987 Ford C8000 / Superior pumper (1050/500) (SN#SE 819)

Sudbury & District EMS

About S&D EMS

  • HQ is located at the Centre Lionel E. Lalonde Centre located at 239 Montée Principale in Azilda
  • 150 full and part-time paramedics
  • Currently operates a fleet of 40 emergency vehicles
  • EMS responds to approximately 35,000 calls per year (average of 95.89 calls daily) These calls are assigned through the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care's Central Ambulance Communications Centre (CACC), based at 3767 Highway 69 South, McFarlane Lake Government Complex (Emergency calls make up more than 60% of the call volume, with the remaining calls being of a non-urgent nature)


Deployment

Seamless coverage is provided with:

Peak Demand – Days (Mon – Fri)

  • 10 transporting ambulances
  • 5 Paramedic Response Units

Night Demand – (Mon – Sun)

  • 7 Ambulances
  • 5 Paramedic Response Units

Weekend Demand – Days (Sat – Sun)

  • 9 Ambulances
  • 5 Paramedic Response Units

NOTE: Sudbury EMS deployment resources may fluctuate and utilizes a number of mitigation strategies to ensure optimal emergency medical service delivery.


Reporting Stations These are the locations where ambulances are permanently housed. Typically, paramedic crews will wait at these stations until they are dispatched by the Central Ambulance Communications Centre (CACC) to an emergency call.


Stand-by Locations When a vehicle has been assigned to an emergency, its coverage area has been compromised if there is only one ambulance normally available in that area. CACC will then dispatch an ambulance from an adjacent service area to a predetermined location. This "stand-by" location is roughly half-way between the station whose ambulance is on a call and the station from which the "stand-by" crew came. This strategy is known as "balanced emergency coverage.


Deployment stations From our main station at the Lionel E. Lalonde Centre in Azilda, Paramedic crews are deployed to a number of locations within the former City of Sudbury and Town of Nickel Centre. Scheduled shifts are staggered to ensure optimal use of our resources and balanced emergency coverage.


Deployment stations include

  • Van Horne Emergency Services Station
  • Leon Street Emergency Services Station
  • Long Lake Road Emergency Services Station
  • Nickel Centre Emergency Services Station
  • Minnow Lake Emergency Services Station

Source : http://www.greatersudbury.ca/living/ambulance/