Fire Master Plan

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Niagara-on-the-Lake Fire & Emergency Services (NOTLFES) has a proud tradition of assisting residents and effectively responding to emergency situations. Comprised of a Fire Chief, 2 Deputy Chiefs, a Training Officer, a Fire Prevention Officer, and an Administrative Assistant, along with 110 dedicated volunteer firefighters. the Department responds to approximately 600 - 700 emergency incidents each year from 5 fire stations.

In our ongoing efforts to ensure we are meeting the needs of our community, a community-driven Fire Master Plan is being developed to guide operational improvements, forecast immediate and long-term delivery needs and goals, and enhance how the service is provided throughout the community.

To accomplish this, we have engaged Emergency Management & Training Inc. (EMT), to assist us with this initiative. EMT is a local consulting firm that has worked with many fire departments in developing their Fire Master Plans, station assessments, Community Risk Assessments, and fire service reviews.

Most of all, we need your assistance. Please take the time to complete the survey below. Your confidential responses will help to ensure focused action that continues to meet the diverse needs of all residents.

*The survey is now closed.*
Thank you to everyone who participated and provided feedback.

Niagara-on-the-Lake Fire & Emergency Services (NOTLFES) has a proud tradition of assisting residents and effectively responding to emergency situations. Comprised of a Fire Chief, 2 Deputy Chiefs, a Training Officer, a Fire Prevention Officer, and an Administrative Assistant, along with 110 dedicated volunteer firefighters. the Department responds to approximately 600 - 700 emergency incidents each year from 5 fire stations.

In our ongoing efforts to ensure we are meeting the needs of our community, a community-driven Fire Master Plan is being developed to guide operational improvements, forecast immediate and long-term delivery needs and goals, and enhance how the service is provided throughout the community.

To accomplish this, we have engaged Emergency Management & Training Inc. (EMT), to assist us with this initiative. EMT is a local consulting firm that has worked with many fire departments in developing their Fire Master Plans, station assessments, Community Risk Assessments, and fire service reviews.

Most of all, we need your assistance. Please take the time to complete the survey below. Your confidential responses will help to ensure focused action that continues to meet the diverse needs of all residents.

*The survey is now closed.*
Thank you to everyone who participated and provided feedback.