Emergency Services

In an emergency dial 9-1-1

Kaladar-Barrie Fire Department, North Frontenac Fire Department, the County of Frontenac Paramedics and the Ontario Provincial Police are emergency service partners for the Township of North Frontenac, to protect life and property. 

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Fire Departments

The Township of North Frontenac is serviced by two fire departments. The North Frontenac Fire Department (NFFD) services Wards 2 and 3 and the Kaladar-Barrie Fire Department (KBFD) services Ward 1.


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North Frontenac Fire Department (NFFD)
About the NFFD
Message From The Fire Chief

Our goal is to provide you, insightful information about the services we provide to the communities in North Frontenac.  Our Core Services are Fire Prevention and Public Education, Code Enforcement and Emergency Response, the three lines of defense.

The North Frontenac Fire Department is a volunteer fire department consisting of highly dedicated volunteer fire fighters. The department aspires to serve our citizens, prevent fires, protect property and, efficiently mitigate emergencies when they occur.  The North Frontenac Firefighters are very proud to serve the communities, our residents and visitors, and are committed to excellent customer service.

It is our hope that the website provide Fire safety and fire prevention information that will assist you and your family.  We wish to provide you with a general overview of the services you can expect from the local fire service.

Goals and Objectives
The goal of the Fire Department is to provide fire protection services through a range of programs designed to protect the lives and property of the inhabitants from the adverse effects of fires, sudden medical emergencies or exposure to dangerous conditions created by man or nature; first to their municipality; second to those municipalities requiring assistance through authorized emergency fire service plans and programs (mutual aid activities) and third; to those municipalities which are provided fire protection by the Fire Departments via authorized agreement.

In order to achieve the goals of the Fire Department, necessary funding must be in place and the following objectives met:

  1. Identify and review the fire service protection needs of the Municipality and develop a Master Fire Safety Plan for the Municipality.
  2. Provide an administrative process consistent with the needs of the Fire Department.
  3. Ensure that firefighting equipment and operating personnel are available within the Municipality, or are very close to, to provide adequate response to a citizen’s call within a reasonable length of time.
  4. Provide departmental training to an accepted standard which will ensure the continuous up-grading of personnel in fire prevention, firefighting, auto extraction, medical emergencies and control of emergency situations and to cooperate with other departments of the Corporation with respect to management training and other programs.
  5. Provide a maintenance program to ensure all fire protection apparatus, including allied equipment, is ready to respond to emergency calls.
Recruitment - OPEN

We are always recruiting!

Apply to be a North Frontenac Volunteer Firefighter by submitting the North Frontenac Fire Department Application for Membership Form to the Director of Emergency Services/Fire Chief.

Email: firechief@northfrontenac.ca
Drop-off/Mail: 6648 Road 506, Plevna ON, K0H 2M0 attn: Director of Emergency Services/Fire Chief.

Eligibility Requirements

  • Over the age of sixteen (16).
  • Required to attend an interview as part of the hiring process
  • Valid 'G2' or 'G' class driver's license
  • Satisfactory driver's abstract from the Ministry of Transportation. (You do not need to have a perfect driving record).

Upon joining the team you must provide:

  • Direct deposit information
  • A satisfactory Level 3 Vulnerable Sector Check
  • A satisfactory Pre-Employment Medical Report
Station 1: Ompah Fire Hall

 10200 Road 509, Ompah ON

Ompah Fire Station

Station 2: Snow Road Fire Hall

 14105 Road 509, Snow Road ON

Snow Road Fire Station

Station 3: Clar Mill Fire Hall

 6648 Road 506, Plevna ON

Clarendon Millar Fire Station

Reports, Studies and Plans

View the Fire Master Plan

View Fire Department Operational Review

View Loomex North Frontenac Report - An Independent Study on Level of Fire Service in Ward 1, as compared to Wards 2 and 3.

Kaladar-Barrie Fire Department (KBFD)
About the KBFD
Message From The Chief
Goals and Objectives
Recruitment - OPEN

All applicants are required to submit a resume with a completed application Form A and Form B to be delivered to Addington Highlands Township Office 72 Edard Street, Flinton Ontario- c/o Kaladar Barrie Fire Chief, or in person on Monday evening regular training at the Northbrook Station. 

Download Kaladar Barrie Fire Department's Recruit Information Package.

Download Kaladar Barrie Fire Department's Application Process

Download Kaladar Barrie Fire Deprtment's Code of Ethics.

Cloyne Fire Hall
 14833 Highway 41, Cloyne ON
Northbrook Fire Hall
11905 Highway 41, Northbrook ON
Reports, Studies and Plans
Frontenac Paramedic Services
Frontenac Paramedic Services operates eight ambulance stations and headquarters to service a population of nearly 200,000 people in the Townships of North, Central, South Frontenac and the Frontenac Islands and the City of Kingston. Visit Frontenac County Paramedics for more information.
Robertsville Ambulance Station


Helipad Locations

The Township of North Frontenac owns and maintains two emergency helipads that can service emergency air transport for the most severe circumstances.

10155B Road 509 Ompah, Ontario K0H 2J0

5816 Road 506 Plevna, Ontario K0H 2M0


Policing services in our region are provided by the Ontario Provincial Police, out of two detachments out of Kaladar and Sharbot Lake.

If you require immediate emergency assistance please call 911. To reach the local detachment, for non-emergencies call 1(888) 310-1122 or one of the local number listed below.


Kaladar OPP Detachment (Sub-Station of Napanee Detachment)
86 Advance Ave, Napanee, ON K7R 3Y6 (Napanee)
(613) 354-3369
Fax: (613) 354-9185
Sharbot Lake OPP Detachment
(613) 279-2195
(613) 279-2197 (Fax)

Emergency Management

See Emergency Management.

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