The Strathroy-Caradoc Fire Department is a volunteer-based service that provides a range of programs to protect the lives and properties of the inhabitants of the Municipality from the adverse effects of fires, sudden medical emergencies, or exposure to dangerous conditions created by man or nature.
The Strathroy-Caradoc Fire Department operates three fire stations located in Strathroy, Mount Brydges, and Melbourne. The Administration Office for the department is located in Strathroy.
The department consists of a full-time Fire Chief, an administrative assistant, and a volunteer Deputy Fire Chief responsible for the administration and management of the combined fire service of the municipality. A District Fire Chief, a Deputy District Fire Chief, Captains, and a complement of firefighters are responsible for the operation of each of the three fire stations.
|Open Burns and Fireworks|
Open air burns are permitted in rural areas of the Municipality only. No permit is required, but prior authorization is required by the department's Deputy Chief or the station District Chief or Deputy District Chief. Residents must call the Fire Hall (519-245-1990) to obtain the cell number of the Chief Officers.
|Plans and Reports|
Please note - if you are an alarm company and you are conducting testing on an alarm system, please call 519-245-1300 to advise our 24-hour dispatching office.
|Name||Position||Phone Ext.||E-mail Address|
|Brian George||Fire Chief/Director of Fire Services||519-245-1990||E-mail Brian|
|Joop DeVoest Jr.||Deputy Fire Chief||519-245-1990||E-mail Joop|
|Maddy Alcaidinho||Administrative Assistant||519-245-1990||E-mail Maddy|