Fire Rescue Service
The Administration for the Lincoln Fire and Rescue Service is located at the Town Municipal Office at 4800 South Service Road in Beamsville.
Fire Chief: Greg Hudson
905-563-8205 Ext. 253 (Office)
Deputy Fire Chief: Bill Blake
905-563-8205 Ext. 261 (Office)
Fire Prevention Officer: Trevor Doomernik
905-563-8205 Ext. 255 (Office)
Fire Prevention Officer: Tamara Clark
905-563-8205 Ext. 298 (Office)
Lincoln Fire Rescue and Emergency Services is well equipped to respond to a variety of emergencies including structural and vehicle fires, motor vehicle collisions, industrial accidents, water and ice rescues, hazardous materials incidents, and medical emergencies. We respond to approximately 900 emergency calls per year town-wide, with individual station responses ranging from about 100 calls to 500 calls annually per station.
Staff and Equipment
The Lincoln Fire Rescue and Emergency Services Department is a composite fire department with 114 volunteer firefighters for emergency response and fire suppression, and a full-time Fire Chief, Deputy Fire Chief, and two Fire Prevention Officers. The fire department operates 4 fire stations located strategically throughout Lincoln that house 1 aerial platform truck, 1 heavy rescue truck, 3 tanker trucks, 4 pumpers, 3 medical squad/brush fire units equipped with specialized emergency equipment and a Fire Scene Rehab Unit for firefighter health and safety at major incidents.
The Lincoln Fire Rescue and Emergency Services Department provides a wide range of fire prevention programs from public education to code enforcement. The fire prevention office is responsible for fire safety inspections, community fire risk assessments, fire cause and origin investigations, site and building plans examinations, and public education.