Fire & Emergency Services

NOVEMBER 19 2018

Be Prepared

Fire Departments

Open Fire (Burn) Permit


Health & Safety Requirements Respecting Emergency
Responses for High Angle Rescues

Smoke Alarm Policy

Smoke Alarm Program

Appendix 2 - Install Smoke Alarms

Appendix 3 - Smoke Alarm Facts

Appendix 7 - Home Escape Planning

CO Alarms are now mandatory in all homes.  Effective October 15th, 2014, carbon monoxide detectors will be required near all sleeping areas in residential homes and in the services, rooms and adjacent sleeping areas in multi-residential units. Carbon monoxide alarms can be hard wired, battery operated or plugged into the wall.  A subsequent message from the office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management indicates that the six (6) month implementation period for most residents will exprie on April 15th, 2015.