Updated: Apr 13 16
Created: Oct 03 14
Palmer Rapids 5945 Palmer Road
Hardwood Lake 38713 Hwy. 28
Quadeville 3400 Quadeville Road
Brudenell 8020 Opeongo Road
Smoke Alarms – It’s the Law
Under the Ontario Fire Code “Every home in Ontario must have a working smoke alarm on every storey and outside all sleeping areas.”
Statistics show that smoke alarms save lives.
Open Air Burning:
Between April 1st and October 31st, no person shall have an open air fire without first obtaining a permit. Permits are not required for a camp fire or cooking fire.
By-law # 2010-11, Establishing Requirements for Open Air Burning is available, see here for details.
To obtain a fire permit, contact or visit the Municipal Office.
Fire Fighters are desperately needed!!
Applicants must be 18 years of age, in good physical condition and have a willingness to learn. Interested candidates are requested to submit an application to the Fire Chief, Jordan Genrick, by mail or email to
Information and application package are available at the Township Office or click here to download.
Updated: Mar 03 16
Created: Feb 19 15
By April 15, 2015 it's the law to have working Carbon Monoxide Detectors installed in your home. If the house contains a fuel burning appliance, fireplace or an attached garage, a CO alarm is required to be installed adjacent to each sleeping area in the house. But for optimum protection, it is recommended that additional CO alarms be installed in other levels and/or areas of the home that are in proximity to a CO source.