Fire

Town of Iroquois Falls * Fire Department
184 Devonshire Avenue * PO Box 339 * Iroquois Falls ON * P0K 1E0

call 911 emergency

Dan Boucher * Fire Chief * (705) 258-3690
firechief@iroquoisfalls.com

* Fire Prevention Officer * (705) 232-4350
fireprevention@iroquoisfalls.com


INSTALL SMOKE ALARMS AND CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS

IT’S THE LAW!

Every residence in Ontario must have a working smoke alarm on every level and outside all sleeping areas.

Every residence that contains a fuel burning appliance or has an attached garage must have a carbon monoxide detector installed outside all sleeping areas as of April 15, 2015.

Landlords are responsible to ensure their rental properties comply with the law.

Failure to do so could result in a $355 ticket for individuals and up to $25,000 for landlords.


BURNING PERMITS ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL OUTDOOR BURNING

 FROM APRIL 1 TO OCTOBER 31

For further information, please contact:

Fire Prevention Office at 232-4350.

 

 

YouTube video: 'Ontario's New CO Alarm Law: A Call to Action for Homeowners.'

http://www.oafc.on.ca/carbon-monoxide

 

fire truck

 


By-Law No. 2999-08 - Respecting Conditions Under Which Fires May Be Set In The Open Air

By-Law No. 3362-16 - To Impose a Fee for WETT Certification


Frequently Asked Questions

How do I Volunteer?
Interested Individuals can complete an application & will be contacted in the event of an opening.
Click Here for the application.
What is required of a volunteer?
A volunteer firefighter is required to attend regular Fire Department meetings and training dates. They are also required to report their availability to the Fire Chief.
Are there risks involved?
Fighting fires has risks and you will be required to be examined by a doctor and declared fit to serve.
Can a firefighter visit my group/class/staff?
If you would like to promote fire safety at work, school, or in the community please get in contact with the Fire Chief to discuss available options.
 
How often should I change the batteries in my fire/smoke/carbon monoxide detector?
Batteries should be changed in spring and fall, as a guide they can be changed when the time changes.
 
More Questions about our Fire Rescue Service

For more information contact the Fire Chief at (705) 258-3690.