Fire and Emergency Services

NOTL Fire & Emergency Services

Mission Statement: To protect life and property in our community through prevention, education, training and investigation; while providing fire protection, rescue, medical and life support services in sudden emergencies created by man and nature.

Department History:     5 Stations, 110 Firefighters, 15 Apparatus

Department Responsibilities and Information:
  • Frequently Asked Questions
  • Niagara Regional Tapp-C Annual Report 2013
  • Public Service Announcements
  • Emergency Preparedness Guide (72 hours)
  • Emergency Preparedness Guide for People with
    Disabilities/Special Needs
  • Useful Links for Fire Prevention
  • Short Term Rental: Fire Safety - Inspection Checklist
  For Owners of Commercial Buildings (in blue)  ..   ..   ..
  For Owners of Commercial Buildings (in red)   ..   ..   ..
  • OPG - Niagara Water Safety. Niagara Operations
  • Fire Stations
  • Controlled Open Air Burn
  • Know Fire
  • Recruitment
  • Kid's Corner 
  • Fireworks Safety Tip Sheet
  • Balcony Barbecuing
  • Code Requirements - Functional Testing
  • Code Requirements - Visual Inspections

Fire Department Portal

What's "Going On" at the Stations:

•  Breakfast at St. Davids Firehall - Last Saturday of the Month
Queenston Firehall - Spaghetti Dinner on Fri., May 4, 2018

Contact Us:

Niagara-on-the-Lake Fire & Emergency Services
1593 Four Mile Creek Road
PO Box 100
Virgil, Ontario  L0S 1T0
905-468-3061, extension # (Direct Line)
905-468-1722 (Fax)
Office Hours:
Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Fire Chief
Rob Grimwood
ext. 260

Deputy Fire Chief
Nick Ruller

ext. 259
Fire Prevention and Public Education Officer
Jay Plato
ext. 321

Fire Inspector and Public Educator
Andrew Allan

ext. 262

Training Officer
Darryl Janzen
ext. 264
Administrative Assistant
Denise Lundy
ext. 261

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