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:
  • OPG - Niagara Water Safety. Niagara Operations
  • 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
  • NOTL Emergency Plan
  • Sh/Term Rental: Fire Safety-Inspection Checklist
  For Owners of Commercial Buildings (in blue) ..   ..
  For Owners of Commercial Buildings (in red)  ..   ..
 
  • Fire Stations
  • Controlled Open Air Burn
  • Know Fire
  • Recruitment
  • Kid's Corner 
  • Fireworks Safety Tip Sheet
  • Balcony Barbecuing
  Fire Dept. User Fees
  2017 Annual Report
 
  • 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

Contact Us:

Niagara-on-the-Lake Fire & Emergency Services
1593 Four Mile Creek Road
PO Box 100
Virgil, Ontario  L0S 1T0
905-468-3266
905-468-1722 (Fax)
firedept@notl.org
Office Hours:
Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
 
Staff:
Fire Chief
Rob Grimwood
ext. 260
rgrimwood@notl.org

Deputy Fire Chief
Nick Ruller

ext. 259
nruller@notl.org

Administrative Assistant
Barb Balicki

ext. 261
bbalicki@notl.org
Fire Prevention and Public Education Officer
Jay Plato
ext. 321
jplato@notl.org

Fire Inspector and Public Educator
Andrew Allan

ext. 262
aallan@notl.org


 
 


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