About Us

The goal of the North Bay Fire and Emergency Services is to provide fire protection services through a range of programs designed to protect the lives and property of the inhabitants from the adverse effects of fires, sudden medical emergencies, or exposure to dangerous conditions created by man or nature; first to their municipality; second to those municipalities requiring assistance through authorized emergency fire service plan and program (mutual aid) activities; and third, to those municipalities which are provided fire protection by the fire department via authorized agreement.  Currently we are comprised of 4 fire stations, 3 of which are staffed with 74 fire fighters, Captains and Platoon Chief’s, 1 Captain of Fire Prevention, 2 Fire Prevention Officers, 1 Deputy Chief , 1 Chief and 1 Administrative Assistant.  Fire Station One houses the Fire Prevention staff, the Chiefs and Administration, and is located at 119 Princess St. West beside the Police station.  Fire station Two is located at 900 McKeown Ave, Fire Station Three is located at 128 Marshall Ave and Fire Station Four is located at 7 Duxford Rd.  On March 24, 1993 North Bay Fire & Emergency celebrated 100 years.

Primary objectives:

In order to achieve the goal of the North Bay Fire & Emergency Services, necessary funding must be in place and the following objectives met:

  1. Identify and review the fire services requirements of the municipality.
  2. Provide an administrative process consistent with the needs of the department.
  3. Ensure that fire fighting equipment and operating personnel are available within the municipality to provide adequate response to a citizen's call within a reasonable length of time.
  4. Provide departmental training to an accepted standard which will ensure the continuous upgrading of all personnel in the latest techniques of fire prevention, fire fighting, and control of emergency situations and co-operate with other municipal departments with respect to management training and other programs.
  5. Provide a maintenance program to ensure all fire protection apparatus, including allied equipment, is ready to respond to emergency calls.