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LaSalle Fire Service takes pride in its prompt and effective response to emergencies and its fire prevention education. We protect over 29,000 residents and almost 10,000 households.

Mission Statement

"We are a caring team dedicated to promoting safety, and providing positive outcomes to fellow citizens in a time of need"

Our mission is guided by commitment to our core values: Respect, Integrity, and Teamwork.



Recall - Health Canada warns of safety hazards with several uncertified USB chargers

Health Canada tested a number of uncertified USB chargers. Of the chargers tested, those that were recalled were found to pose an unacceptable risk of electric shock and fire; and, are being recalled. The list of chargers included in this recall are available on the Government of Canada website. 

Posting date: March 26, 2018


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Recall - Kidde Dual-Sensor (Photoelectric and Ionization) Smoke Alarms - Models PI2010CA and PI9010CA

Posting date: March 21, 2018

Kidde Smoke Alarm

Product description: This recall involves two models (PI2010CA and PI9010CA) of Kidde dual-sensor (photoelectric and ionization) smoke alarms manufactured between September 10, 2016 and October 13, 2017. The model number and date code are located on the back of the unit. The affected smoke alarms have a pill shaped design on the front of the unit. The affected models have a yellow cap visible through the opening on the side of the alarm.


To identify the presence of the yellow sensor cap:

  1. Consumers should remove the alarm from the wall/ceiling and visually inspect.
  2. Consumers should check the brand name and look for the unique design of the PI2010CA and PI9010CA smoke alarm.
  3. Consumers should then locate the locking tab on the back of the alarm, turn the alarm on its side and look at the opening closest to the locking tab.
  4. If a yellow cap can be seen in the opening, the unit is affected and must be replaced. Consumers should not attempt to take apart the alarm, open the casing, or otherwise remove the yellow cap themselves.
  5. If no yellow cap is present, consumers should reinstall the smoke alarm and no further action is needed. 

Hazard identified: A yellow cap can cover one of the two smoke sensors which compromises the smoke alarms' ability to detect smoke.

As of March 7, 2018, the company has received no reports of incidents or injuries in Canada or the United States.  There has been one report from a consumer who identified the yellow protective cap before installing the smoke alarm.

Number sold: Approximately 40,000 units of the affected products were sold in Canada and approximately 452,000 units were sold in the United States.

Time period sold: The recalled products were sold from November 1, 2016 to January 25, 2018.

What you should do:

Consumers should immediately contact Kidde to receive instructions on how to identify the presence of the yellow sensor cap and request a free replacement smoke alarm if their smoke alarm contains the yellow cap. They should remove and discard the affected smoke alarm only after they receive and install the replacement alarm.

Consumers may contact Kidde toll-free at 1-833-551-7739 from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, and Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m.to 3 p.m., or online. Consumers may view the release by the US CPSC on the Commission's website. Health Canada would like to remind Canadians to report any health or safety incidents related to the use of this product or any other consumer product or cosmetic by filling out the Consumer Product Incident Report Form.





Fire Chief Dave Sutton is urging families in LaSalle to practice their home fire escape plan as part of Fire Prevention Week. This year's theme of Fire Prevention Week, which runs from October 8-14, 2017, is "Every Second Counts: Plan 2 Ways Out!"

"Fire and smoke move faster than you," said Chief Sutton. "There's no time to figure out how to escape your home AFTER a fire starts. Practice an escape plan BEFORE there's a fire so you can get out safely."

In a fire, you may have just seconds to safely escape your home. Be prepared in advance with these simple steps in the infograph below for home fire escape planning. 

Fire Prevention Week Infograph 2017

Having a Small Outdoor Fire?

Within the Town of LaSalle we have a By-law for that. We want you to enjoy having a small fire; but, safety is our main concern.  All fires set within the Town are subject to all regulations set out in By-law 7170. Please review the By-law or the easy to read Recreational Fire Quick Reference Sheet before you burn to ensure you are safe and in compliance.



It's on You! LaSalle - Media Campaign starts February 1, 2017

It's on you LaSalle, it's the law to have working smoke and carbon monoxide alarms installed in your home and business. You could receive a ticket of $360 or a fine of up to $50,000 for an individual or $100,000 for corporations.

Link to LaSalle article on Fire Safety and Carbon MonoxideAre there Heros in your Home?



Cooking Safety



Name of Product: KN-COSM-IBCA Hardwired Combination Smoke/Carbon Kiddle logoMonoxide Alarm with battery backup, KN-COSM-ICA Hardwired Combination Smoke/Carbon Monoxide Alarm (without battery backup)

Concern: When the alarm reaches the end of its useful life, it issues an end of life chirp every thirty seconds. If the battery is replaced when the unit is at its end of life (or, if you have a model without a battery backup, if power is removed and then restored to the alarm), and the test button is pressed within 10 seconds thereafter, the unit will no longer issue an end of life chirp and will no longer detect smoke or carbon monoxide.

To determine if you have this recalled alarm click here

See the Full Recall Announcement here 



 Smoke Alarm Message


 2016 LaSalle Fire Service Personnel group pictureLaSalle Fire Service Personnel - April 2016




Carbon Monoxide (CO) is known as 'The Silent Killer',Get to know CO
because you can't see it, taste it, or smell it. The only way to detect the presence of the deadly gas is to install a carbon monoxide alarm. In October 2014, the Ontario Government formally enacted a new law making carbon monoxide alarms mandatory in all Ontario homes at risk of CO. After April 15, 2015, homeowners and landlords with buildings housing 6 residential occupancies or less are required to comply with the law.

Perth East and West Perth Fire Departments proudly present The Wake Up Call; a Carbon Monoxide awareness video.

Visit our Public Education page for more information on sources and symptoms of Carbon Monoxide.


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CARBON MONOXIDE ALARM - LEGISLATION as of October 15th, 2014!  

This new law requires carbon monoxide alarms near allHawkins-Gignac Foundation for co Education, Ontario's New Carbon Monoxide Alarm Law
sleeping areas in existing homes . Click the image to the right or link below for all your carbon monoxide questions.

Carbon Monoxide Alarm Questions and Answers from the Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management (OFMEM)


Note: Buildings that contain no more than six suites of residential occupancy are required to comply with the installation and replacement requirements within 6 months of the in-force date (April 15, 2015 at the latest).



LaSalle Emergency Dispatch now receives T-911 (Text) calls for residents with special needs. Contact your cell provider for service.

Response Area - Take a look at the area we service and what makes it unique.

Fire House - We're very proud and excited to have moved into our new home.

Services - We conduct inspections and respond to all kinds of emergencies.

Fleet - Check out all of our emergency vehicles.

Fire Master Plan - The Master Plan provides a vision and goals for the future of LaSalle Fire Service.

Significant Events Photo Gallery - Take a look at some important events that have happened in your area.