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Fire and Emergency Services budget

Fire and Emergency Services makes up 13% of the City’s proposed budget. In 2021, the City is proposing to increase the Fire and Emergency Services operating budget by $2.7 million.

Download a copy of the Fire and Emergency Services budget.

Download a copy of the Fire and Emergency Services presentation to Budget Committee.

Mission

To protect life, property, and the environment in Mississauga from all risks through education, enforcement, engineering, emergency response and economic incentive.

The services we provide

  • Public Education
  • Code Enforcement
  • Fire Plans Examination
  • Emergency Dispatch
  • Emergency Response
  • Fire Cause Determination

Interesting facts about this service

  • Responded to 384 fires in 2019
  • 52 per cent (or 198) of fire responses met the industry response time target
  • Commenced 138 proactive high-rise and mid-rise fire safety inspections
  • Opened first new fire station in 15 years (Fire Station 120) at Hurontario and Eglinton
  • Public Education team is actively creating fire safety programing and messaging that can be delivered virtually