Fire services in the City

Mississauga Fire and Emergency Services (MFES) protect life, property and the environment in Mississauga from all perils, through education, prevention, investigation, training, rescue, fire suppression, dangerous goods containment and life support services.

Our staff, stations and vehicles

MFES have more than 700 staff working across our four divisions:

  • Operations and Communications
  • Fire Prevention and Life Safety
  • Professional Development and Accreditation
  • Capital Assets

The department’s equipment includes 30 units, including 16 Pumpers, 8 Aerials, 6 Squads, a hazardous response vehicle and various other support vehicles.

You can also see all the fire station locations in Mississauga using our online map.

Garry W. Morden Centre

Named after the City’s former Fire Chief Garry Morden, the Garry W. Morden Centre (GWMC) is a state-of-the-art facility that’s home to MFES Training and Mechanical Divisions, City of Mississauga Information Technology Training, the Toronto Scottish Army Reserve Company and the Peel Regional Police.

The facility has been designed to offer a number of diverse training opportunities for City of Mississauga staff as well as outside agencies and private corporations.

The GWMC’s meeting rooms, classrooms and training grounds are available to rent. To find out more information contact Karen O’Kapiec at 905-615-3200 ext. 4886 or email

What our staff do every day

Take a look at the behind the scenes action of Mississauga’s Fire department.

Contact us

You can also visit us in person at the Fire and Emergency Services counter, Mississauga Civic Centre, 300 City Centre Drive, 2nd Floor, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.