Welcome to the LaSalle Fire Service website. Our first responders take great pride in responding to emergencies within our community. We provide  protection to over 30,000 residents and almost 10,000 households within the Town of LaSalle.

As a fire service, we know that fire prevention and public education are vital lines of defense in protecting human life and property. Fire safety plans, regular inspections, and fire safety education in our local schools help to keep our community safe and protected from the threat of fire and other hazards. 

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. Teamwork.


LaSalle Fire Service News / Announcements

Chief Thiessen encourages LaSalle residents to stay warm and safe this January!

Heating Safety Tips from Chief Thiessen:

  • Have your fuel-burning appliances inspected annually by a registered contractor.
  • Your chimney may have problems you can’t see. Have your chimneys cleaned and inspected annually.
  • Keep vents for furnaces and heating appliances free of ice, snow, and debris to prevent deadly carbon monoxide build-up.
  • Watch for smoke coming into the room from the woodstove or fireplace. Chimney may be blocked or have a faulty damper control mechanism.
  • Burn dry wood in fireplaces and woodstoves to reduce build-up of dangerous creosote in chimneys.
  • Protect your home from sparks. Use a fire screen around the fireplace.
  • Burn dry wood in fireplaces and woodstoves to reduce build-up of dangerous creosote in chimneys.
  • Allow fireplace and woodstove ashes to cool before disposing. Put in metal container with lid. Keep the container outside.
  • Keep anything that can burn a safe distance away from wood stoves and fireplaces.
  • Keep space heaters at least 1 metre away from things that burn i.e. curtains, upholstery, clothing.
  • Replace worn or damaged electrical wires and connections on vehicle block heaters and extension cords.

Carbon Monoxide

LaSalle firefighters remind you to maintain working smoke and carbon monoxide (CO) alarms in your home. Install smoke alarms on every storey of your home and outside all sleeping areas. CO alarms are required outside all bedrooms. Test your smoke and CO alarms every month and install new batteries when needed.


Backyard Recreational Fires

Small outdoor recreational fires are allowed within the Town of LaSalle. 
Review our Recreational Fire Quick Reference Sheet to ensure fire safety and compliance according to by-law. 

LaSalle Fire Continues to Promote Social Distancing While Maintaining Services

January 21, 2022

Due to the challenges and public health restrictions associated with the Coronavirus (COVID-19), LaSalle Fire Services has temporarily suspending public access to the Fire Station and some non-emergency activities.  These precautions are necessary to promote social distancing, and to ensure the resource capacity of our essential emergency services.

Please be assured there will be no disruption of normal emergency response services.

Residents are asked to contact us by phone or email for routine assistance or inquiries rather than attending the station.  Non-emergency and life-safety matters will continue to be addressed as usual; however, a screening questionnaire will be conducted prior to personal interaction with the public.  Station visits and tours will be suspended until further notice.

Our dedicated team will continue to provide effective public safety and fire protection services while protecting the health and safety of our staff, and your emergency services resources.

LaSalle Emergency Alerts Mass Notification System

The LaSalle Emergency Alerts system will be used to provide important information to you in times of emergency. Events such as floods, large fires, evacuation notices, boil water advisories, etc. Add your contact information to make sure you are included in all future tests and notifications. 

You choose how you would like us to contact you in times of emergency: phone, laptop, cellphone image

  • Text
  • Cellphone
  • Email
  • Landline 

Register today at lasallealerts.ca

Smoke Alarms Save Lives!

Do you have a minute to watch this video? It might save your life. Firefighter Kyle shares information on smoke alarms and helpful tips to keep you and your family fire safe.