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Call 911 in an emergency such as a fire or other life threatening situation.

For after-hours non-emergency fire inquiries, call 905-637-8253.

EpiPens on Oakville fire trucks

Oakville Fire will have EpiPens available on all trucks as of January 30 to treat people experiencing severe allergic reactions. Firefighters are often the first to arrive on scene of emergencies and having EpiPens on trucks means that people suffering from an anaphylactic emergency can get the help they need prior to the arrival of paramedics. Open the November 2016 news release for all the details.

Stay warm and safe

Prevent heating equipment fires

The leading causes of heating equipment fires are:

  1. Woodstoves
  2. Fireplace/fireplace inserts
  3. Chimneys

How do you prevent a heating fire?

  • Have your heating system and chimneys inspected and cleaned annually by a qualified service technician.
  • Ensure all outside heating vents are not blocked.
  • Ensure woodstoves, fireplaces and fireplace inserts are installed by a qualified technician according to manufacturer's instructions.
  • Always use a fire screen around the fireplace.
  • Allow asshes from your woodstove or fireplace to cool before emptying them into a metal container wihta tight-fitting lid. Keep the container outside.

All homes with a fuel-burning appliance, fireplace or attached garage must have a working carbon monoxide alarm installed outside all sleeping areas.

Carbon Monoxide Awareness

Beat the Silent Killer - Stay safe from carbon monoxide.

Image of a boy asleep and a carbon monoxide alarm.

Smoke and carbon monoxide alarms wear out.

  • Smoke alarms wear out after 10 years, carbon monoxide alarms may be less
  • You must install a carbon monoxide alarm adjacent to all sleeping areas if your home has fuel-burning appliance, a fireplace oa an attached garage.
  • Always follow manufacturer's instructions when instaling or replacing your alarms.

Oakville Fire department recommends hiring a licensed electrical contractor. To find one in your area visit the Electrical Safety Authority website.

It is the law in Ontario to have working smoke alarms and carbon monoxide alarms in your house and cottage. The mandatory CO Law enforcement date for residential buildings with less than six suites was April 15, 2015.

Many Ontario households have on average 4 to 6 fuel-burning appliances that produce carbon monoxide. Open the carbon monoxide safety checklist (pdf 122 kB).

Smoke alarms save lives

Working smoke alarms save lives: test yours every month.

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Get Out & Stay OutGet out. Stay out.

Fire and smoke spread so quickly, the fire department may not arrive in time to save you in a fire.

When the smoke alarms sound, get out immediately and call 9-1-1 from outside. Never re-enter a burning building. Develop a home fire escape plan today, it could save your life tonight!

Contact our fire prevention division at 905-338-4404 or visit our Fire Safety and Guidelines page for more information on planning your escape.

Town of Oakville Fire Master Plan

Oakville Fire Department is developing a Fire Master Plan to ensure that fire services meet the needs of our growing community. This plan will guide the town's fire department for the next five to ten years in providing effective and efficient fire protection and emergency services.

Open Air Burning

Town Council approved By-Law #2006-174 as amended by By-Law #2014-044 to regulate open air burning in the Town of Oakville. Visit the By-law page to review.


Fire Administration

1225 Trafalgar Road
Oakville, ON L6H 0H3

Fire Prevention

1144 South Service Road West
Oakville, ON L6L 5T7

Fire Training

1144 South Service Road West
Oakville, ON L6L 5T7