Orangeville Fire Department
Grand Valley and District Fire Department
Town of Erin FIre Department - Hillsburgh Station
- Fire permits are required, at no charge, for all burning within the Township. Fire bans may be imposed at any time due to weather conditions.
- Fire permits are available at the Municipal Office OR by filling out the form below and faxing it back to the Municipality at 519-941-1802 or emailing it back to the Municipality.
- By signing the Fire Permit you are verifying that you have read and understood the accompanying Fire Permit By-Law and accept full responsibility for the results of your actions in lighting a fire and agree that the requesting and obtaining of a permit does not absolve you of the responsibility for the results of your actions.
- Permit is not valid without a Municipal Official Signature & Permit Number. Once your permit has been approved at the office, it will be returned to you using the same manner as it was submitted.
- Fire Permit Application.
Fire Prevention and Education
Fire, Police and Ambulance remind residents that it is mandatory to have your six digit Emergency Number displayed appropriately at your property. Subdivisions have been assigned a house number which is to be posted. Do not use your lot number. Houses not posted correctly may result in delays in Emergency vehicles finding your property.
Check out the following links for Fire Prevention and Safety tips:
Visit www.emergencymanagementontario.ca to learn about emergency preparedness - 72 hours is your family prepared?
The Ontario Fire Code states that every home in Ontario must have a working smoke alarm and CO detector on every storey and outside all sleeping areas. It is the owner's responsibility to ensure these are installed and maintained in working order.
A barn fire is a farmer's worst nightmare and brings with it significant emotional and economic impact to a farming community. Prevent fires on your farm by starting with a fire plan - enforce a no smoking policy in any barn or farm buildings. A complete checklist can be downloaded from the Office of the Fire Marshall website - www.ofm.gov.on.ca.
Policing is provided to the Township of East Garaffraxa by the Ontario Provincial Police, Dufferin Detachment.
- 9-1-1 POLICE, FIRE & AMBULANCE remind residents that it is mandatory to have your six digit Emergency Number displayed appropriately at your property. Subdivisions have been assigned a house number which is to be posted. Do not use your lot number. Houses not posted correctly may result in delays in Emergency vehicles finding your property.