We are committed to educating our residents about fire safety. Education and training can help prevent fires and keep you and your family safe. If you would like to learn more about fire safety, consider booking a fire safety presentation with Milton Fire & Rescue Services.

Home fire safety

Did you know that most fire deaths occur in the home? Learn about our home fire safety tips, including what you can do to prevent fires in your home. Make sure to install smoke alarms and carbon monoxide alarms as your first line of defence.

Test Your Smoke Alarm Day

We're encouraging all residents to participate in Ontario’s Test Your Smoke Alarm Day on Sept. 28. The day of action was established following a troubling 133 fire fatalities in Ontario last year—the largest number of fire-related deaths in 20 years.

Test Your Smoke Alarm Day was established by the Office of the Fire Marshal and aims to promote the importance of installing, testing and maintaining smoke alarms.

Emergency preparedness

Do you have an emergency response plan? Does your family know what to do if a fire starts in your home? Learn how to create an emergency plan to keep you and your loved ones safe.

Barn fire safety

Help protect your livestock and equipment from a fatal barn fire. Review our barn fire safety tips and prevent barn fires through regular maintenance and inspections.