Tay Fire and Emergency Services has a full-time Fire Chief, a full-time Deputy Fire Chief/Fire Prevention Officer, a part-time Chief Training Officer and over 76 dedicated volunteer firefighters that are committed to the protection of the citizens of Tay.
Tay Fire and Emergency Services operates from four fire halls that are located throughout the community. These halls are unmanned except during training exercises or after an emergency call.
Please read the guide thoroughly to understand the steps in the recruitment process.
Fire Prevention and Public Education
The Tay Township Fire Department is committed to keeping Tay residents education on the best and most current practices for fire prevention and safety.
Ontario Fire Safety at Home has great information and tips on how to protect your home, loved ones and property from fire. It also provides information on smoke alarms, fire escape plans, fire prevention and much more.
Working smoke alarms are integral to home fire safety. It is the law to have a working smoke detector on every storey and outside of sleeping areas in your home. For information on where to place smoke alarms and how to maintain them, visit the Ontario Association of Fire Chiefs Smoke Alarm Page.
Carbon monoxide is a silent killer, for information on how to best protect yourself and your family from this odorless, invisible threat here is a CO tip sheet from the National Fire Prevention Association.
- Station 1 - Fallowfield Lane - Waubaushene
- Station 2 - 2201 Old Fort Road, Tay
- Station 4 - 714 Third Avenue, Port McNicoll
- Station 5 - 266 Park Street, Victoria Harbour
450 Park Street, PO Box 100
ON L0K 2A0