The Milton Fire Department will conduct a home safety inspection free of charge to make sure that buildings in our community meet the requirements set out in the Ontario Fire Code. This helps to keep our community and residents safe.

Request a property inspection

You can make a formal request for a Fire Code inspection. Contact us to request a home safety inspection. We will conduct a property inspection when:

  • We receive a complaint regarding the fire safety of a property
  • A request is made to assist a property owner or occupant comply with the Fire Code

Fire inspections cost $142 per hour.

Request a report

If you would like to review the results of a fire safety inspection, you can request to view the report.

Fire report request

Fire Department reports accurately record the actions of Fire Department personnel, related agencies and civilians involved or near an incident or event that the Fire Department responded to. You can make a fire report request as long as you have permission from the property owner. Send your request by fax to 905-878-5914 or mail it to:

Milton Fire Department, Station No. 3
610 Savoline Blvd.
Milton, ON L9T 0N3

Fees

It costs $113 to file a fire report request.

Property file search request

You can make a written request to view the documents contained in a property file. Property files include:

  • Applications for building consents and permits and associated plans and documents
  • Fire safety inspection reports
  • Fire plans

You will need to get permission from the property owner. Send your request by fax to 905-878-5914 or mail it to:

Milton Fire Department, Station No. 3
610 Savoline Blvd.
Milton, ON L9T 0N3

Fees

It costs $84 to request a property file

Property inspections

We will notify you prior to the inspection and will follow-up after the inspection with enforcement, if necessary. During the inspection, we will show you the violations to the Fire Code, if any exist, and ask you to correct these violations.

We will provide you with a Fire Safety Inspection Report, Inspection Order or other written recommendation that will detail daily, weekly, monthly and annual fire provisions and equipment maintenance requirements. We will work with you to resolve any compliance issues.