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Fire Master Plan

Town of LaSalle – Fire Master Plan

Public Information Centre

The Town of LaSalle has retained the services of Dillon Consulting Limited to assess community risk and develop a comprehensive Fire Services Master Plan. The goal of this project is to provide a long term, 10-year plan for the responsible delivery of fire protection services that will keep pace with development, technology, and continued urbanization in the Town of LaSalle.  The Fire Service Master Plan will guide decision making and direction to Council taking into consideration the local needs and circumstances of the community.  This process will involve examining the existing fire risks and emergency response model as well as the future service delivery needs of the Town, in comparison to industry best practices in order to identify any opportunities to improve efficiency and effectiveness.

In order to communicate the activities and interests of the Town with the public, a Public Information Centre was held on March 7th, 2019. This community public information session highlighted the project’s purpose and scope and gathered input from the community regarding the needs, perceived risks and opinions relating to the provision of fire protection services. The information that was presented at the session is now available. Comments about the presentation will be accepted until Friday, March 15.

If you have any questions about the Fire Master Plan or would like to discuss the details of the project or with a study representative, please contact:

Suzanne Charbonneau-Dent
Dillon Consulting Limited
1155 North Service Road West Unit 14
Oakville, Ontario, L6M 3E3 
P - 905.201.62912, extension 3404
F - 905.901.2918
SCharbonneau-dent@dillon.ca


 

The Fire Master Plan provides a vision, goals and a direction to guide our priorities by reviewing the following areas:

  • Administration and staff
  • Fire prevention and public education
  • Training
  • Fire house location
  • Fire operations and response
  • Equipment
  • Communications
  • Budget

Read the  Fire Master Plan created in 2008.

Read the Fire Master Plan Interim Review 2015.