Fire Events

Emergency Preparedness

Learn about what you should do to prepare for an emergency. For more information on how your family can prepare for an emergency, visit the Emergency Management Ontario website.

Fire Prevention Week - October 9-15, 2016

Don't wait-check the date! Replace smoke alarms every 10 years. Working smoke alarms save lives: test yours every month.

The 17th annual kickoff will be held on:

Saturday, September 24, 2016, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Oakville Fire Department Training Campus
1144 South Service Road West

Free parking and shuttle service from the Bronte GO Station. Parking at 1144 South Service Road West is reserved for those with limited mobility and/or medical conditions.

Bring your children, parents, grandparents and friends to enjoy the free activities: air ambulance, hot dog BBQ, rescue demonstrations, bucket truck rides, fire safety games, smoke room simulator, Sparky the fire dog, inflatable air rides, antique fire truck, junior firefighter challenge, pony rides and various safety display booths. Open the Event Schedule (pdf,121 kB) for safety tips and a Campus map.

Don't forget your refillable bottle for fresh and free water from out water bar.

Tours and truck bookings

Guided fire station tours and/or truck visits are available for groups. Visits must be booked one to three weeks in advance. To book a visit email lfrondella@oakville.ca or glaframboise@oakville.ca the following information:

Please note: crews may leave at a moment’s notice to attend to an emergency.