The Division of Firefighting operates from 13 full-time stations strategically located throughout the City of Brampton. The division consists of Platoon Chiefs, District Chiefs, Fire Captains and Firefighters who all work together 24 hours a day, seven days a week to keep the residents of Brampton safe.
Brampton Fire & Emergency Services covers an area of 265 sq. km and responded to over 24,000 emergencies last year.
In addition to fighting fires, Brampton’s firefighters also keep the community safe by helping during the following emergencies:
- Motor vehicle collisions
- Emergency medical care (basic life support and CPR)
- Ice and water rescue
- Hazardous material response
- High level rescue
- Public assistance
- Confined space rescue
When not responding to emergencies, you could see firefighters in your neighbourhood at public events or engaging residents in public education and awareness.