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For information on burn bans and burn permits, please see our Burn Bans, Permits and Open Air Burning page. 

For information on becoming a Volunteer Firefighter, please see our Paid On-Call Firefighting page.

Learn how to prepare yourself and your family in case of an emergency by visiting our Emergency Preparedness page.

Fire Chief - Bill Hammond
Deputy Fire Chief - James Feeney
Administrative Coordinator/CEMC - Erin Tyers
Fire Prevention Officer - Dean Martin
Training Officer - Chris Tyner

Public Education performs the following functions:

  • Developing and delivering Fire Safety Programs for our residents;
  • Actively participating with special interest groups, schools and clubs;
  • Public awareness for emergency preparedness;
  • Work with local media to promote education events and programs.

Follow Greater Napanee Emergency Services on Twitter @NapEmergServ for fire safety tips, as well as community and department events.

Programs offered by Greater Napanee Emergency Services:

  • Fire Safety for Children
  • Fire Safety for Seniors
  • Fire Safety for Families
  • Smoke Alarms
  • Carbon Monoxide Alarms
  • Fire Prevention Week
  • Emergency Preparedness Week

If your family or group would like to arrange a visit from the Fire Services, or set up a station tour, you can contact us during regular business hours, Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm.

Smoke Alarms

The Ontario Fire Code requires that every home have working smoke alarms on each storey and outside all sleeping areas. Test your smoke alarms every month and change the batteries at least once a year.

For more information, please see the Smoke Alarm Information section of the Fire Marshall's website.

Carbon Monoxide (CO) Alarms

If your home has a fuel burning appliance or an attached garage, install a carbon monoxide alarm adjacent to each sleeping area.

For added protection, install a carbon monoxide alarm on every storey of the home according to manufacturers instructions.

Fore more information on CO Alarms please check out the following resources:

CO Alarms in Houses

CO Alarms in Condos/ Apartments

Fire Safety

Cooking Safety

Cooking fires account for 22% of all home fires and are the #2 cause of fatal fires in the home.

Ways to prevent a cooking fire:

  • Always stay in the kitchen while cooking. If you must leave, turn off the stove
  • Keep anything that burns - cooking utensils, dishcloths, paper towels and pot holders - a safe distance from the stove.
  • Loose-fitting clothes can come into contact with stove burners and catch fire. Wear tight sleeves or roll them up when cooking.
Home Escape Planning

Practicing a home fire escape plan so everyone knows what to do will help everyone safely escape a fire as quickly as possible. Visit our Emergency Preparedness page for information on preparing your family's emergency kit and action plan in case of a fire.

Fire Safety for Children

Visit the NFPA's website to play games, watch cartoons and videos teaching children the importance of fire safety. Teachers and Caregivers can contact our office for more information and resources on fire safety for children.

Community Events and Hall Tours

If you would like Greater Napanee Emergency Services to attend your community event, or you would like to visit our hall for a tour, please contact our department at 613-776-1156.

The Fire Prevention Division performs the following functions:

  • Provide public fire safety education and training to the public in order to take an aggressive lead in the reduction of injuries and deaths due to fire within the Town of Greater Napanee.

  • Conduct site inspections under the Ontario Fire Code and take necessary action to ensure that compliance is achieved;

  • Ensure that Fire Safety Plans are approved for industry, schools, daycares, care facilities, and other occupancies;

  • Review and approve planning and building applications to ensure that matters related to fire/life safety systems are in compliance with applicable legislation

For more information or to book an inspection, please contact:

Dean Martin, Fire Prevention Officer

Please see our Fire Prevention Policy for more information. *Please note that this document has been copied from its original format to meet the requirements of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. This document is not meant to be relied on as the original copy. Any member of the public that requires a copy of the original policy may request one through the Emergency Services office.*

Every year, Firefighters from the Greater Napanee Fire Department perform voluntary inspections on homes to see if they are properly protected with smoke and carbon monoxide alarms.

If allowed entry, our fire personnel will verify that alarms are properly placed and functioning correctly. If needed, alarms can be installed or replaced and residents will be billed only for the alarms that were installed.

For more information or to book an inspection, please contact:

Dean Martin, Fire Prevention Officer

The Town of Greater Napanee is pleased to operate three accredited fire stations within our community:

  • Station #1 Napanee 66 Advance Ave. Napanee Ont. K7R 3Y6
  • Station #2 Roblin 3266 Highway 41, Roblin Ont. K0K 2W0
  • Station #3 Dorland 2956 South Shore Road, Napanee Ont. K7R 3K7

Please contact the Emergency Services Department at 613-354-3351 if you require a copy of our Certificate of Accreditation

Fees and Services By-Law

Please contact the Emergency Services Department at 613-354-3351 if you require a copy of the Town's Fire Master Plan.

Open Air Burning By-Law No.2019-0021

By-Law to Regulate the Sale and Discharge of Fireworks By-Law No.06-16

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