About the Fire Department
The mission of the Collingwood Fire Department is to serve the community by providing protection from fire, life threatening emergencies and dangerous conditions through education, prevention, rescue, suppression and basic life support services.
The Collingwood Fire Department receives its authority through Provincial legislation and the Fire Chief is ultimately responsible to Town Council for the delivery of fire protection services.
New Fire Hall
The new 18,000 sq ft Fire station is scheduled to allow occupancy in May of 2013. It has a fully functioning Emergency Operations Center and an educational center for the public and children. The state of the art building is designed for a 30 year build out and can accommodate a crew of 10 per shift.
Open Air Burning Permits ARE REQUIRED for ALL outdoor fires within the Town of Collingwood. For further information please contact the Fire Department at 705-445-3920.
How to Obtain an Open Air Burning Permit:
For further information on preventing home fires contact the Collingwood Fire Department at 705-445-3920 or your local fire department.
Fire ChiefTrent Elyea
Phone: 705-445-3920 x7501
Deputy Fire ChiefRoss Parr
Phone: 705-445-3920 x7502
Fire Prevention OfficerRobert Bolt
Phone: 705-445-3920 x7504
Fire Prevention InspectorCarl Prochilo
Phone: 705-445-3920 x7505
Administrative AssistantRose Madigan
Phone: 705-445-3920 x7503