in the centre of it all

Fire Services


(Middlesex Centre Fire Services - Coldstream Station)


About Us
Middlesex Centre Fire Services consists of five fire stations staffed by professionally trained, paid-on-call firefighters along with full-time headquarter staff.  


Mission Statement:
"To provide a range of services and programs to help protect the lives and property of the residents of Middlesex Centre..."

Vision: 
"To position Middlesex Centre Fire Services to be a leader in all three lines of defence  - the most respected emergency services provider in Ontario"


Fire Services Staff


Fire Chief/Director of Fire Services                                                      
Colin Toth
519-666-0190 x239
toth@middlesexcentre.on.ca

Fire Services Co-ordinator/Public Educator
Shannon Leitch  
519-666-0190 x266

leitchs@middlesexcentre.on.ca

Fire Prevention
Chief Fire Prevention Officer
John Elston
519-318-0382
jelston@middlesex.ca



Fire Station Locations

Arva Station 
14352 Medway Road, Arva

Bryanston Station 
15321 Plover Mills Road, Bryanston

Coldstream Station 
10227 Ilderton Road, Coldstream

Delaware Station 
11563 Longwoods Road, Delaware

Ilderton Station 
22531 Hyde Park Road, Ilderton



Fire Documents

Open Air Burning Quick Guide 
Open Air Burning By-Law
Open Air Burning By-Law Schedule A - Mapping
Fireworks By-Law
Application for Fireworks Display or Exemption
Fire Services Master Plan - 2013


All forms or correspondence can be emailed to firehq@middlesexcentre.on.ca


Emergency Management (Municipal Emergency Planning)

In accordance with the Emergency Management Act RSO 1990, Chapter E. 9 as amended, the municipality is required to conform to standards set out by Emergency Management Ontario in accordance with international best practices, including the four core components of emergency management, namely: mitigation/prevention, preparedness, response and recovery.  Middlesex Centre Council has implemented an emergency management program to protect public safety, public health, the environment, critical infrastructure and properties and to promote economic stability and a disaster resilient community.

Emergency Response Plan PDF

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