Muskoka Lakes Fire Department

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The Township of Muskoka Lakes volunteer part-time fire department is on call 24 hours a day to respond to emergency situations. The Muskoka Lakes Fire Department consists of one fire chief, one Deputy Fire Chief, and part-time fire fighters (130 - 160) There are 10 fully equipped fire stations located throughout the Township of Muskoka Lakes. The fire department uses a radio pager system including a dispatching system, 2 repeater towers, pagers, mobile radios, hand-held portables and cellular phones.

The Muskoka Lakes fire-fighters are well trained in fire-fighting, medical first response, auto extrication and water - ice rescue.

 
 

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Public Education Matters
 
The Life Safety of Property Management Training
                                 
The Life Safety of Property Management, is an industry leading educational program uniquely developed by fire safety experts, police, fire and EMS personnel, coupled with vital contributions from Facility Operations professionals, and will provide the participant with learnings, tools and best practices.
 
Who should attend:

Property Managers, Operations Managers, Facility Directors, Regional Managers, Condo Boards, Security Coordinators, Superintendents, Leasing Teams.
For more information click on this web link:
 
http://www.festi.ca/en/course_list/life_safety_property_management/
Smoke Alarms Save Lives  
Safe Storage of 9V and Other Household Batteries  
Fireworks Safety   
Advice for Dealing with Nuisance Smoke Alarms Click on this graphic to find the 6 animated Hazards in our Hazard House

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Safe Student Accommodations 101  As students prepare to move into shared or rented accommodations to attend college or university, parents, guardians and students themselves should take an active role in finding a safe place to live. It is essential for caregivers and students to talk about fire and life safety. Whether returning to school or leaving home for the first time, a discussion about good fire safety practices can help to ensure this exciting time in a student’s life is not marred by a fire tragedy. Click on the title above for more information.
   

 


The Township of Muskoka Lakes Paid Part-Time Volunteer Fire Department is Recruiting for Fire Fighters.

If you are interested you can obtain an application at the Township of Muskoka Lakes Municipal Office at 1 Bailey Street, in Port Carling. The office is open from 8:15 am – 4:00 pm

If you are interested in joining the Fire Department, please contact the Municipal Office at 765-3156

Muskoka Lakes Fire Stations

Foot's Bay

1006 Buckeye Road

Glen Orchard

3951 Muskoka Road 169 - Unit 2

Bala

1015 Grey Street

Torrance

1030 Torrance Road

Walker's Point

1074 Walker's Point Road

Minett

1131 Judhaven Road

Port Carling

1 Lee Valley Dr.

Windermere

2201 Windermere Road

Raymond

1002 Spring Street

Milford Bay

1229 Milford Bay Road

                         

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w3cP.O. Box 129, 1 Bailey St., Port Carling, Ontario, P0B 1J0  Phone:(705)765-3156  Fax:(705)765-6755
Municipal Office hours: Monday to Friday 8:15 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (excluding holidays)