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Thunder Bay (City of)

Fire and Rescue Services


Description
  • Responds to emergencies as dispatched by 911
  • Provides fire suppression, vehicle extrication, ice and water rescue, high and low angle rescue, hazardous materials response, medical assistance and fire fighter defibrillation
  • Offers tours of fire stations for individuals and groups, and pumper visits to events
  • Issues open burning and recreational burning permits
Comments
Recreational Burning Permit is required for: fire pits, outdoor fireplaces and chimineas
Fire-Open Burning Permit is required for: Brush piles
Eligibility
Permits are only issued to residents of Thunder Bay
Application Process
  • Apply for a burning permit on the website or visit a local fire station
  • Site inspections are required
Office
807-473-5023
Crisis
9-1-1
Web Site
https://www.thunderbay.ca/en/city-services/fire-rescue.aspx
Languages
English
Contact
Dave Paxton, Deputy Fire Chief
Email: dave.paxton@thunderbay.ca
Phone: 807-625-2104
Fire Chief
Greg Hankkio
Email: greg.hankkio@thunderbay.ca
Phone: 807-625-2102
Fees
Service - Open burning permits
Documents Required
No documents required
Accessibility
Not accessible
Legal Status
Government - City
Topic(s)
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Agency Information
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Copyright
211 Ontario North
Last Verified On
April 7, 2022
Address
1710 Frederica St W
Thunder Bay, ON, P7E 6R4
Located on Frederica St W near Neebing Ave in Westfort
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Hours of Operation
Mon
0000 - 2400
Tue
0000 - 2400
Wed
0000 - 2400
Thu
0000 - 2400
Fri
0000 - 2400
Sat
0000 - 2400
Sun
0000 - 2400

Mon-Sun 24 hours
Service Area(s)
Thunder Bay