Hornby Island Fire Rescue is located on Hornby Island, on the west coast of British Columbia. We are a volunteer department staffed with 22 members, led by Chief Doug Chinnery.
We have a four-bay firehall housing our four front line apparatus:
- 2004 American Lefrance pumper with 1,000 GPM pump and 1,050 gallon storage.
- 1996 Superior tanker with a 1,500 gallon capacity
- 2000 Crestline ambulance
- 1982 King/Seagrave rescue truck containing our forestry, high angle rescue, and auto extrication gear.
This info is from the fire department website. Go there for for up-to-date information about Hornby’s fire protection and emergancy services. You can follow posts about our volunteers and their activites and even keep track of the call-outs!
Fire Protection Committee 2017
- Jim Garton
- Brian Amos
- Glenn Hadden
- Tor Nawrot
- Anita Lewis
For general committee guidelines see the Terms of Reference.