Fire Services

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About Us


Middlesex Centre Fire Services consists of five fire stations staffed by professionally trained, paid-on-call firefighters 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"

 

Fire Station Locations


Arva Station
14352 Medway Road, Arva (map)

Bryanston Station
15321 Plover Mills Road, Bryanston (map)

Coldstream Station
10227 Ilderton Road, Coldstream (map)

Delaware Station
11563 Longwoods Road, Delaware (map)

Ilderton Station
22531 Hyde Park Road, Ilderton (map)

 

Green Lights


When emergencies happen, the on-call, professional firefighters of Middlesex Centre are ready to respond at any moment.

Help our firefighters get to their emergency calls quickly and safely. Our firefighters flash green lights in the front of their personal vehicles when they are responding to an emergency. If you "see green" pull over if it is safe to do so, and let our firefighters pass!

 

Open Air Burning


Middlesex Centre has a by-law that outlines the conditions under which open air burning is allowed.  The quick guide below can help you make sure you are following the guidelines - and keeping yourself and your family safe! 

A visual guide to accompany the Open Air Burning By-law

Project Zero


Enbridge Gas Inc. and Middlesex Centre Fire Services are working to improve home safety and bring fire and carbon monoxide-related deaths down to zero.

In 2019, Middlesex Centre Fire Services received 126 combination smoke and carbon monoxide alarms through Enbridge's Project Zero – a public education campaign that provides alarms to residents facing financial hardship. To request an alarm, click the link below.

Request a Smoke and CO Alarm

 

Emergency Management


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

 

Fire Documents


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

 

For Questions Contact:

Colin Toth

Job Title
Director of Emergency Services - Fire Chief
Department
Fire Services
Telephone
Extension
ext. 239