Carbon Monoxide Safety

Carbon Monoxide Safety

If you suspect carbon monoxide in your home, get out immediately and call 9-1-1

Escape planning

Everyone must know what to do and where to go when the smoke alarm sounds. Take a few minutes with everyone in your household to make a home fire escape plan.

Schedule a station tour or community event

Learn about fire safety and prevention through our public education programs.

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About Ottawa Fire Services - Learn more about Ottawa Fire Services including fire station locations and frequently asked questions concerning our services

Fire safety information - Learn about the importance of detection and escape planning, fire prevention, outdoor fire safety and fire safety during the holidays.

Fire safety programs - Learn about fire prevention week, public education programs or donate your used vehicle to Ottawa Fire Services' Vehicle Donation Program.

Jobs in the fire service - Apply for full time careers, become a volunteer, or sign up for the summer firefighting training (Camp FFIT) for young women.

Contact Us - Get all the information you need in order to contact us by phone, email and in person. Reference our new contact us information guide so you can be directed to the appropriate personnel.

Social Media

For the latest updates from Ottawa Fire Services follow our social media streams:

Twitter Twitter: @OttFire

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green flagOpen air fires: Permitted

Open air fires are permitted with the use of a burn permit. Please contact Ottawa Fire Services at 613-580-2880 prior to setting any open air fire.

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