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Click the link below to see the fees associated with the Fire Department and the Town of Lakeshore.
Our fire department provides a number of emergency services expertise including;
The department averages between 500 and 600 calls per year.
The Town of Lakeshore is serviced by;
Each station consists of;
The current fleet make-up consists of 2 to 3 vehicles per station with a total of 12 fire apparatus, 3 command vehicles, 2 support vehicles and our own Fire Safety Trailer.
Lakeshore Fire Department Fleet
The Fire Chief and the Deputy are both certified Community Emergency Management Coordinators and are responsible to maintain and update the Emergency Response Plan for The Town of Lakeshore.
The Assistant Deputy Chief heads up the inspection and public education section of the business. This division includes a routine fire inspection program for most occupancy types and provides specific inspections based on request or complaint. A smoke alarm inspection program, launched in 2007 has a 5 year plan to target high risk residential properties. The Smoke Alarms Inspections Program link has further details.
The Lakeshore Fire Department is committed to ensuring our community, residents and visitors are safe. If you have any questions or suggestions please contact us and we will be happy to do what we can to ensure your fire safety.
Don Williamson - Fire Chief
Direct all mail to Lakeshore Town Hall at 419 Notre Dame, Belle River, ON as there are no mailboxes at the inidividual fire stations. Fire Headquarters has administrative staff from 8:30 am - 4:30 pm Monday to Friday.