Fire Stations

City of Markham Fire Stations

The Suppression Division of Markham Fire and Emergency Services is what people envision when they hear the words Fire Department or firefighter. We are the 240 men and women who staff the fire stations on a 24/7 basis.

We are highly motivated to perform in a caring sensitive manner and respond to our customers needs which may be anything from a fully involved structure fire, motor vehicle collision, medicals emergency or various school programs conducted in our elementary schools.

The Suppression Division operates 11 front run apparatus, 9 pumpers, 1 aerial and 1 aerial platform out of 9 stations. We also deploy 2 Command Officers, a Platoon Chief and a District Chief. In addition to the 11 front run apparatus, there are 4 spare apparatus, 1 Technical Rescue, 1 Tanker, 1 Air/Light, and 1 utility truck that can be placed in service by our staff.

Station
Address
Opening Date
Equipment
91
7801 Bayview Avenue (at Green Lane)
June 1990
Pumper 911
Aerial 916
92
10 Riviera Drive (at Woodbine Avenue)
May 2004
Pumper 921
Chief 97 (District Chief)
Air/Light 920
HAZMAT Trailer 928
93
2930 Major MacKenzie Drive (at Woodbine Avenue)
July 2010
Pumper 931
94
7300 Birchmount Road (at Denison Street)
1985
Pumper 941
Pumper 9841 (Spare)
Technical Rescue 949
95
316 Main Street, Unionville (Birchview Lane at Kennedy Road)
1978
Pumper 951
Aerial Platform 957
Tanker 954
Utility 950
Chief 96 (Platoon Chief)
96
5567 Fourteenth Ave. (at McCowan Road)
1996
Pumper 961
Pumper 9861 (Spare)
97
209 Main Street, Markham (at Ramona Boulevard)
1985
Pumper 971
Pumper 9871 (Spare)
98
650 Bur Oak Avenue (at McCowan Road)
2006
Pumper 981
99
3255 Bur Oak Avenue (at Church Street), next to Markham-Stouffville Hospital
2012
Pumper 991
Aerial 9896 (Spare)


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