Ripley-Huron Fire Department
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Ripley-Huron Fire Department, Station # 150
Fire Chief & Community Emergency Management Coordinator: Christopher J. Cleave, 519-395-3735 ext. 164 or email@example.com
The Fire Departments within the Township of Huron-Kinloss are responsible for the provision of fire and emergency response services, ongoing fire prevention and public education programs.
The primary mission of the Ripley-Huron Fire Department is “To provide a range of programs to protect the lives and property of the inhabitants of the Township of Huron-Kinloss from the adverse effects of fires, accident, medical emergency, disaster or any other event which may threaten the public welfare created by man or nature. We shall serve the community through fire and accident prevention, public education and immediate response to emergencies."
The Ripley-Huron Fire Department includes a Full Time Fire Chief, Deputy Chief, Assistant Deputy Chief, four Captains, one Lieutenant/Training Officer and sixteen Firefighters for a total compliment of 24 Members.
The Ripley-Huron Fire Department responds to calls for the area of Huron-Kinloss west of the Huron-Kinloss Township Road. Excluded in that area are the lands north of 162 Bruce Beach Road, north of 806 Lake Range Drive east to approximately 1 ¼ mile east of Highway 21 (see "Fire Department Coverage Areas" map on the right).
Properties west and north of these lines, are serviced by the Kincardine Fire Department.
If you have questions about which fire department covers your property, please contact the Township of Huron-Kinloss municipal office at 519-395-3735.
Disclaimer: Fire Protection Services to those properties accessed via private roads are subject to the following limitations:
1. Emergency response to properties accessed via Private Roads, may be limited by the condition of such road, lane or driveway. Response times may vary due to the condition of the Private Road.
In 2007, the fire department moved into a new fire hall on Huron Street in Ripley.