The Thorold Fire Emergency Services, Station Four, held a retirement party for veteran fire fighters on May 27. Pictured at the event, from left, Terry Ugulini, Thorold City Councillor, Glenn Bronn, Station Four Volunteer District Chief, David Emmons, honoured for 34 years of service, and David Yungblut, honoured for 47 years of service.
Thanks to all the fire and emergency services personnel in our community, and congratulations to the veteran fire fighters on their loyal dedication to our community for many years.
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Did You Know?
- Thorold Fire Stations 2 and 4 are formally accredited through Fire Underwriters Survey to deliver Alternative Water Supply for Public Fire Protection via Superior Tanker Shuttle Service within their respective districts. Click here to view or print the Accreditation Letter and Certificates .
- We welcome group or personal visits to our Fire Stations.
- Fire Safety Public Education can be provided to the general public upon request.
- Each residential building must have a minimum of one working smoke alarm installed on every level of every house and a carbon monoxide detector outside every sleeping area.
- Open air burning is not permitted in Thorold.
- Fireworks and displays are controlled by City By-law.
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