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Spotted New Aerial 105 at the station this evening, couldn't get a picture of it.

Anyone have any info about a call that took place yesterday in Malton sometime around 2 or 3 pm? Heard a lot of sirens and I saw either Aerial 115 or 105 returning from the call.

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13 hours ago, AmanKh said:

Spotted New Aerial 105 at the station this evening, couldn't get a picture of it.

Anyone have any info about a call that took place yesterday in Malton sometime around 2 or 3 pm? Heard a lot of sirens and I saw either Aerial 115 or 105 returning from the call.

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Second new truck coming in stock colours. Wonder if Mississauga is gonna change fleet colours

 

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50 minutes ago, TheAverageJoe said:

Second new truck coming in stock colours. Wonder if Mississauga is gonna change fleet colours

I do like the extra splash of white on the stock livery. My guess would be that they repaint them into the current livery in the future. The 2 New Ferrara Cinders and recent rebuilds (S105 and P115) also come to mind. They could have been repainted if the livery was changing. Just my opinion on this, can anyone confirm?

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25 minutes ago, noahrp24 said:

P118 apparently entered service last Tuesday.

Any pictures of the new truck or P121? Also, does anyone have any information about future replacement trucks?

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That new A105 sure is loud, heard it coming all the way down my street. Anyone know what engine/transmission powers that beast?

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The City of Mississauga, Ontario has established a five-year, renewable and extendable agreement with Commercial Truck Equipment Corporation. The initial apparatus order will include seven Pierce pumper trucks and four Pierce aerial apparatus.

 

  • One (1) 2018 Pierce 75' quint
  • Two (2) 2018 Pierce 100' aerial platforms
  • One (1) 2018 Pierce 107' Ascendant tandem-axle ladder
  • One (1) 2018 HazMat/Specialty unit*
  • Two (2) 2019 pumpers
  • Three (3) 2019 100' aerial ladders
  • Two (2) 2019 rescue pumpers
  • One (1) 2019 heavy rescue
  • Four (4) 2020 rescue pumpers
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Re-organized Companies

Company    Date  Re-organized

Squad 101 January 2020   Re-organized as Squad 121

Aerial 101  January 2020  Re-organized as Aerial 114

Pumper 106      2008    Re-organized as Squad 106, re-instated 9 December 2019

Squad 106      9 December 2019    Re-organized as Pumper 106

Pumper 110      9 December 2019     Re-organized as Squad 110

Squad 111   January 2020    Re-organized as Pumper 111

Pumper 114    18 November 2019    Re-organized as Pumper 120

Squad 114   January 2020    Re-organized as Squad 120

Pumper 131       January 2020    Organized as second pumper to Station 101

Future Plans

The City of Mississauga is planning to build several more fire stations in the future for better coverage of response area gaps in between certain stations.

Station 123 is planned for the Winston Churchill & Collegeway area.

Station 124 is planned for the Dundas & Cawthra area.

Station 125 is planned for the Tenth Line & Battleford area.

Station 126 is planned for the Dundas & Mavis area.

Station 127 is planned for the Lorne Park area.

 

On Order

The City of Mississauga has established a five-year, renewable and extendable agreement with Commercial Emergency Equipment (May 3, 2018). The following apparatus are on order as per the agreement:

Heavy Rescue 107 - 2019 Pierce

Heavy Rescue 121 - 2019 Pierce

Aerial 103 - 2019 Pierce Enforcer 7010 (1750/330/35F/107' Ascendant rear-mount) (SN#33850-02/03)

Aerial 111 - 2019 Pierce Enforcer 7010 (1750/330/35F/107' Ascendant rear-mount) (SN#33850-

Haz-Mat 101 - 2019 Pierce haz-mat/specialty unit

Two (2) 2019 Pierce rescue pumpers

Four (4) 2020 Pierce rescue pumpers

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