Kawartha Lakes Fire & Rescue Service
Kawartha Lakes Fire & Rescue Service provides a wide range of programs and services including fire prevention and public education services, fire suppression, investigation, search and rescue, auto extrication, hazardous materials response, emergency preparedness, medical training, cold water ice rescue, and mutual aid to other local emergency services.
We have 21 fire stations and we are a composite department with three full-time and 18 volunteer stations.
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For more information on the Core Service Review regarding the Fire Service Station Location Study and the Fire Master Plan 2010 – 2017, please visit the Core Service Review page to be directed to the documents.