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Welcome to Hebbville Fire Department's Website

The Hebbville Volunteer Fire Department was established in 1971 to provide fire protection to the residents of the village of Hebbville and district. There were 7 founding members; Arthur Brown, Emerson McDonald, Ronald Langille, Murray Joudrie, Frank Peveril, Earl Naugler, and Wayne Naugler.

Shortly after the formation of the department, the Fire Hall was constructed near the site of the old Hebbville schoolhouse located at 168 Century Drive, Hebbville, NS, Canada [map]. In 1975 the department was incorporated under the Societies Act.

Over the 40+ year history of the Hebbville Fire Department there were four Chiefs starting with founding member Chief Ronald Langille (1971 - 1979). Following Chief Langille was Chief Harold Conrad (1979 - 1995) who is a Canadian Volunteer Lifetime Achievement Award recipient. Following Chief Conrad was Chief Gary Mailman (1995 - 2004) and Chief Chris Kennedy (2004 - present).



Ronald Langille

Harold Conrad

Gary Mailman

Chris Kennedy


The Hebbville Fire Department currently operates and maintains 3 vehicles or fire fighting apparatus. Truck #1 is the primary attack apparatus and is the first to respond to all emergencies. Truck #2 is the newest apparatus and is primarily used for water supply. Truck #3 is a support apparatus and carries various equipment and supplies as well as a generator and large portable pump.


Truck #1 - 840gpm Pump / 750 gallons Water

Truck #2 - 1250gpm Pump / 2000 gallons Water

Truck #3 - Incident Support


The Hebbville Volunteer Fire Department is dedicated to serving the community of Hebbville in more ways than just emergency response. Recently the department became UL Certified for Superior Water Shuttle which resulted in a reduction of insurance premiums for rate payers and businesses served by the Hebbville Fire Department. Also, Hebbville firefighters routinely visit the Hebbville Academy school to help educate children in fire safety.


Superior Water Shuttle Certification

Fire Prevention Week School Visit


If you would like to make a Donation to the Hebbville Volunteer Fire Department we have a few options available to you:
  1. You can mail a cheque payable to the Hebbville Volunteer Fire Department to our mailing address (see the Contact link at the top of this page).
  2. You can call our Chief and we will come to your residence and pick up your donation.
  3. You can use your Credit Card or PayPal account by clicking the Donate button found on the left side of this page.

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Five Year Financial Projections
General News from HFD
General News from HFD
Reads: 264
Posted by admin on Friday, May 11 @ 07:33:09 EDT



Click the link below to download a copy of our five-year financial projections:



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2017-2018 Income Statement and 2018-2019 Budget
General News from HFD
General News from HFD
Reads: 107
Posted by admin on Wednesday, May 09 @ 21:11:53 EDT


Click the link below to view the most recent financial information for the Hebbville Fire Department.
If you have any questions please contact Chief Dennis Hynes



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2016-2017 Income Statement and 2017-2018 Budget
General News from HFD
General News from HFD
Reads: 238
Posted by admin on Thursday, May 04 @ 06:33:28 EDT

Click the link below to view the most recent financial information for the Hebbville Fire Department. If you have any questions please contact Chief Dennis Hynes.

Download 2016-2017 Financial Results & 2017-2018 Budget


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REMO - Dry Well Strategy
General News from HFD
General News from HFD
Reads: 478
Posted by admin on Thursday, September 15 @ 18:17:33 EDT

The three municipalities in Lunenburg County that supply residential and commercial water (Town of Bridgewater, Town of Lunenburg, Town of Mahone Bay), do not have, and do not anticipate, any water shortages despite long range weather forecasts.

As well as including these three municipalities the Municipality of the District of Lunenburg (MODL) and the Municipality of the District of Chester (MODC) are also included in the shared Regional Emergency Management Organization (REMO) service.

Within both MODL and MODC a number of homeowners, particular those on dug well systems are experiencing a lack of water supply.  REMO understands the hardship of being “out of local water supply to your home”.  REMO as always, encourages personal and community resiliency and this has definitely been evident, as neighbors have been helping neighbors during this water shortage. REMO would encourage that to continue as we wait for rainfall.

In order to help residents mitigate their personal lack of water supply, as an organization, REMO partners that do provide municipal water supply are providing some public access sites for water refill, and in some cases, shower purposes.

The list of sites is included below.  REMO anticipates adding to this list in the coming days and beyond if demand grows. People need to bring their own safely disinfected water appropriate containers for refilling purposes and any toiletries required for showering.

REMO is aware of areas where Fire Departments may have opened their facilities to residents.  While this is an individual Fire Department decision, due to the difficult logistics of safe supply distribution, REMO is encouraging departments to preserve their supplies and volunteers to continue to provide fire suppression coverage and direct residents to the nearest municipal public facilities from the list provided.

Information on safe water container refilling, safe sources, and proper handling techniques will be supplied at the municipal facilities, fire departments and at the MODL and MODC municipal offices.

Mahone Bay Marina and Wharf
684 Main St. Mahone Bay
water container refill at wharf tap
Showers 9am-9pm (bring personal soap, towels etc)

Grave’s Island Provincial Park
230 Graves Island Road Chester
Sunday thru Thursday 10am-8pm
Water refill  & showers available
(check in at registration office)

Rissers Beach Provinical Park
5366 Hwy 331, Crescent Beach
Water refill tap & showers available
Sunday thru Thursday 10am-8pm
(check in at registration desk)

Sites Added Sept. 16, 2016
Lunenburg County Lifestyle Center (LCLC)
135 North Park St.
Showers & drinking water bottle refill
7am-9pm
(Register at guest services counter)

Shipyard’s Landing
210 King St.
Self-serve water bottle refilling station
7am-7pm

TIR Hebbville Base
469 Jubilee Road
Monday- Friday 7:00am-4:30pm
Water container refilling

(For all sites, water refill is for residential use only (no bulk trucks). Residents must supply and fill their own containers and bring any personal care shower supplies required)

Providing Safe Water During Water Shortages - September 15 2016.pdf



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2015-2016 Income Statement and 2016-2017 Budget
General News from HFD
General News from HFD
Reads: 500
Posted by admin on Saturday, April 30 @ 10:56:21 EDT

Click the link below to view the most recent financial information for the Hebbville Fire Department. If you have any questions please contact Chief Chris Kennedy.

Download 2015-2016 Financial Results & 2016-2017 Budget


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Eight Tips for Burning Wood
General News from HFD
General News from HFD
Reads: 446
Posted by admin on Friday, November 27 @ 16:35:23 EST

Click the image below to download a PowerPoint presentation on Eight Tips for Burning Wood to heat your home.

Eight Tips for Burning Wood Presentation




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HFD 2014 Financial Results and 2015 Budget / 5-Year Forecast
General News from HFD
General News from HFD
Reads: 619
Posted by admin on Saturday, May 02 @ 21:10:36 EDT

Click the link below to view the most recent financial information for the Hebbville Fire Department. If you have any questions please contact Chief Chris Kennedy. Reminder, the 2015 Rate Payer's meeting will be held at the fire hall on May 14th at 7:00pm.

Download 2014 Financial Results & 2015 Budget / 5-Year Plan


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2015 Rate Payers Meeting
General News from HFD
General News from HFD
Reads: 618
Posted by admin on Sunday, April 26 @ 09:17:46 EDT

KenRichardson writes "The 2015 Rate Payers meeting for the Hebbville Fire Department will be held at the Fire Hall on May 14 at 7pm. The proposed budget for 2015 will be available for review in the first week of May. Check back here.
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When to Shovel Your Roof?
General News from HFD
General News from HFD
Reads: 607
Posted by admin on Wednesday, February 25 @ 18:27:05 EST

KenRichardson writes "Knowing when to shovel your roof can be a difficult decision. The risk of structural damage must be weighed against the risk of being injured falling off the roof or straining muscles. Here is a helpful article published by the National Research Council of Canada.

http://www.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca/eng/solutions/advisory/codes_centre/faq/snow_loads.html
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2014 Hebbville Fire Department Financial Information
General News from HFD
General News from HFD
Reads: 1209
Posted by KenRichardson on Saturday, May 10 @ 17:08:07 EDT

Click the links below to view the most recent financial information for the Hebbville Fire Department. If you have any questions please contact Chief Chris Kennedy.

2013 Financial Results and 2014 Budget

2014 Five Year Financial Plan



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