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Welcome to the LaSalle Fire Service Website

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

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"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.

 LaSalle Fire Service -  News/Announcements

Emergency Preparedness Week, May 2-8, 2021

While Ontario is a safe place to live and work, emergencies can happen anywhere and at anytime. Emergency management in Ontario consists of a system of mutually supportive partnerships coordinated by Emergency Management Ontario.

We all have a role to play in keeping the province safe. Individuals and families should be prepared to take care of themselves for at least 72 hours in the event of an emergency situation. To learn more about how to prepare your family or workplace, please visit Emergency Management Ontario.

 Fire Prevention Week (October 4-10, 2020)

Fire Prevention Week BannerFire Prevention Week is observed every year during the week of October 9th.  Each year, communities throughout North America observe Fire Prevention Week to commemorate the Great Chicago Fire of October 9, 1871. This tragedy has taught important lessons that have shaped the way fire departments think about fire safety.  At the LaSalle Fire Service, we teach fire safety year round, and especially during Fire Prevention Week, to help prevent the devastation fire can cause.

In previous years, during Fire Prevention Week, the LaSalle Fire Service would host displays, fire station tours, and school visits in the community. Due to COVID-19, Fire Prevention Week 2020 will be brought to you virtually right here on our website and through our social media pages.

Like us on Facebook and Follow us on Twitter for daily fire safety videos created by our very own LaSalle firefighters. We would love it if you would follow along and show us your support by commenting on our posts and sharing our messaging with your family and friends! To access all of our Fire Prevention Week content visit our Fire Prevention Page on this website. 

Backyard Recreational FiresRecreational fire

Small recreational fires according to the current by-law are permitted in the Town of LaSalle but under COVID-19 restrictions must be enjoyed by the immediate family in the household only.
Review our Recreational Fire Quick Reference Sheet to ensure fire safety and compliance.  


LaSalle Fire Takes Measures to Promote Social Distancing While Maintaining Services

March 19, 2020

Due to the challenges and public health restrictions associated with the Coronavirus (COVID-19), LaSalle Fire Services is 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.

 Leaving a pot on the stove can burn more than just your dinner. Always stay in the kitchen when cooking.

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:

  • 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. 

Cooking Fires

Only you can prevent cooking fires safety message

Carbon Monoxide Alarms - New Law, Did you know?

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.

LaSalle Fire Service Information

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

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.