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).
Hebbville Fire Department
215 Century Drive, Hebbville, NS B4V 6V8
Chief Chris Kennedy
Fire and Rescue Services are coordinated by the 28 fire departments that comprise the Lunenburg Regional Fire and Emergency Services.