Please be advised that due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, our building at 10 Dawson Road is closed to public access.

Call 911 if there is an emergency. To contact Orangeville Fire directly, please call 519-941-3083 or send us an email. For non-emergency Fire Dispatch please call our dispatch center at 519-842-2481. 

Orangeville Fire works to keep our residents and community safe. Learn about the different programs and services we offer. Check out our fire news to stay up to date.

Fall 2021 Volunteer Firefighter Recruitment

As a Volunteer Firefighter with the Orangeville Fire Service you will face new and challenging situations unlike any other job. You will fight fires, perform rescues, administer First Aid, deal with hazardous materials, protect property and possibly be instrumental in saving lives.

If you are physically fit, enjoy continuous growth and learning, work well with and enjoy helping others, then you are a potential candidate for a Volunteer Firefighter position with the Orangeville Fire Service.

Information Sessions for Volunteer Firefighter Recruitment: 
Wednesday, September 8, 2021 at 7 p.m.
Thursday, September 9, 2021 at 7 p.m.
Saturday, September 11, 2021 at 9:30 a.m.

The recruitment information session will be held Orangeville Fire Service at 10 Dawson Road. Parking is available onsite. 

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Burn permits

Learn how to apply for a burn permit and find out about outdoor fire regulations in the Town of Orangeville.

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Fire safety and public education

We offer a variety of public safety courses and programs. Learn how to develop a home escape plan and safely install smoke and Carbon Monoxide alarms in your home.

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Sensitive Receptor Registry

Orangeville Fire works to make sure that the environment is safe for everyone. If you have a sensitivity to fire or smoke, you can apply to be added to the Sensitive Receptor Registry.

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Fire station tours

Book a fire station tour for your class or community group. We will show you around the fire station and teach about our equipment and emergency response.

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Emergency Response Registry

 If you have a developmental or physical disability, you can add your name to our emergency response registry so that we can provide additional support during an emergency.

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Our firefighters receive continued training to ensure that they are prepared to support our community during an emergency. Review our training programs for more details.

About Orangeville Fire

Our mission is to protect life, property and the environment in Orangeville and the surrounding area. We do this through education, prevention, training, rescue, fire suppression and pre-hospital care support services.

Our suppression team consists of 20 full-time firefighters and 28 volunteer firefighters who provide fire emergency response services 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Our fire prevention division ensures life safety through education, inspections and enforcement.

Response area

Orangeville Fire responds to emergencies in the Town of Orangeville, Town of Mono, East Garafraxa and Amaranth Townships.