About the Fire Department

Please direct all mail to the Fire & Emergency Services at the Municipal Office, 5684 Trafalgar Rd., Hillsburgh, ON N0B 1Z0.  The fire stations are not manned and do not receive mail at either location.
There are two fire stations within the Town of Erin. Station #10 located at the north end of the Village of Erin and Station #50 located in the Village of Hillsburgh. These two stations along with the assistance of the Rockwood and Halton Hills Fire Department provide fire and emergency services to the Town of Erin as well as a portion of the Township of East Garafraxa, just to the north of us. Emergency calls are dispatched from the Guelph Department through the 911 emergency network.
For all emergencies please call "911".
For non-emergencies please contact the Guelph Fire Dept. non-emergency number at 519-824-3232. They can assist you with your concerns and if your situation is determined to be an emergency, they will dispatch emergency crews.
For administrative information please contact the Town of Erin Fire & Emergency Services at the Municipal Office weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
5684 Trafalgar Rd.
Hillsburgh, ON  N0B 1Z0
Fire Chief Dan Callaghan
Blackberry: 519-831-2172
Office Phone: 519-855-4407 ext. 243
Fax:     519-855-4281
Administrative Assistant Shelley Ballantyne
Office Phone: 519-855-4407 ext. 254
For all Fire & Emergency Services Fire Inspection and Permits Fees and Charges please see By-Law # 07 - 28.
If you see a vehicle with a green flashing light, please move over to the right of the road to let the vehicle with the green flashing light past. The green flashing light means that a Volunteer Firefighter is responding to an emergency call.
Village of Erin Station#10
2 Erinville Drive, Erin, ON N0B 1T0
  • Station was built in 1985
  • 4 vehicles and 30 firefighters assigned
  • 2 pumpers, 1 rescue van and I tanker available

Ken Keeler, Deputy Fire Chief Station #10
New Hillsburgh Station # 50 Completed in 2013
2 Station Street, Hillsburgh, ON N0B 1Z0
EMS is now stationed at the new station from 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM daily.
Old Hillsburgh Station #50
2 Station Street, Hillsburgh, ON N0B 1Z0
  • Station was built in 1970
  • 5 vehicles and 30 firefighters assigned
  • 2 pumpers, 1 rescue van and 2 tankers available

Jim Peavoy, Deputy Fire Chief Station #50