KINGSVILLE FIRE JUNIOR FIREFIGHTING PROGRAM

If you are at least 15 years old and enrolled in high school,
you are eligible to become a Kingsville Junior Firefighter. 
Click below to view the Junior Firefighter Program posting.

Junior Firefighter Program POSTING

 

If you are interested and eligble, click
below to download the application.

Junior Firefighter Program APPLICATION

 

Applications will be received until
December 23, 2016 at 4:00 pm.

 We are currently filling 8 positions.
4 at our Noth Station and 4 at our
South Station.
 

 

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Fire Chief's Message


Welcome to the Kingsville Fire Department's official website. We are glad you have chosen to visit us. This website is an important tool to facilitate communication about fire services and fire safety. The fire service has identified a three-pronged approach to a total community fire safety program that includes:

  1. Public Fire Safety Education 
  2. Fire Prevention Inspections and Code Enforcement under the Ontario Fire Code 
  3. Emergency Fire Response

We hope our website will assist you in becoming more aware of our efforts in these 3 key areas and, most importantly, the fire safety measures you can take to protect your family and property.

Our service is provided by the Town of Kingsville and supported by municipal taxes.  We are regulated by a provincial statute - The Fire Protection and Prevention Act.  The Office of the Fire Marshal for the Province of Ontario monitors services and provides guidelines to municipalities regarding fire protection under this piece of legislation.

We are interested in your feedback and suggestions to make our site as “customer friendly” as possible. Contact information is available at the bottom of the page.

Our most important asset is the dedicated group of committed and highly trained individuals who make up our department.  We hope you will join our team by educating yourself and your family to be as fire safety conscious as possible.

Thank you for visiting. You are welcome back any time.  

-Fire Chief Robert B. Kissner