Station No. 1
STATION 1 - Beamsville
4594 Ontario Street, Beamsville
The Beamsville fire station has a complement of 41 personnel. This is the busiest station in the Town of Lincoln, responding to over 400 calls for service annually in the western end of the town. The northern boundary of Lake Ontario with the southern boundary of the Niagara Escarpment. The western boundary being the Town of Grimsby and the eastern boundary of Victoria Avenue.
1994- Spartan- 5,000 lpm Rescue Pumper
Lincoln Fire Rescue Service pumpers are equipped with emergency medical equipment, Hurst hydraulic extrication equipment, electrical generator, scene lighting, and foam in addition to firefighting equipment, hoses and ladders.
2013 Spartan Gladiator - 30.5 m Aerial Platform - 6,000 lpm Pump
Ladder 615 responds to all fire related calls for service, primarily in the role of a water tower capable of delivering over 6,000 litres per minute through a variable fog nozzle. This aerial platform gives fire personnel a safe working platform with access to roof tops & balconies up to 30 m
2002 Ford - Emergency Medical Response/Brush Fire Truck
Lincoln Fire Rescue squads are equipped as brush trucks, which have 4x4 capabilities, and carry 400 litres of water with an independent pump that delivers high-pressure, low volume streams for fighting grass and brush fires. All Lincoln Fire Rescue squads are also equipped with a semi-automatic external defibrillator, oxygen, and trauma bags and respond to all calls for emergency medical service.
2010 Kenworth T300 - 11,000 litres
Tanker 616 responds to structural fires within the Town of Lincoln to supply water to incidents that are non-hydrant areas. Carries 11,000 litres (3,000 US gallons) of water.