Kitchener Fire provides emergency response, fire prevention and education to residents, visitors and businesses in Kitchener.

On this page:

  1. Contact Kitchener Fire
  2. Our fire stations
  3. Emergency Response Plan
  4. Public education
  5. Fast facts

Contact Kitchener Fire

During an emergency, call 911.

Our fire stations

  • Headquarters: 270 Strasburg Road
  • Station 2: 187 Lancaster Street West
  • Station 3: 1035 Ottawa Street North
  • Station 4: 25 Fairway Road North
  • Station 5: 1700 Queens Boulevard
  • Station 6: 149 Pioneer Drive
  • Station 7: 1440 Huron Road

Headquarters office hours

Monday to Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Closed on all statutory holidays.

Emergency Response Plan

Download a copy of our Emergency Response Plan.

Public education

Our public education team is committed to helping our community better understand fire safety.

We offer training on topics that include:

  • cooking precautions
  • smoke and carbon monoxide alarms
  • general safety tips

Use our online form to submit a request.

Fast facts

  • we respond to more than 15,000 calls a year
  • Kitchener Fire has an annual operating budget of $36.3 million
  • our team includes firefighters, fire prevention staff, public educators, administrators, dispatchers and communications personnel and support staff
  • we work out of seven fire stations spread out around Kitchener
  • we also provide dispatch services of over 13,000 calls per year to the Townships of Woolwich, Wilmot, Wellesley, North Dumfries, and the cities of Waterloo and Cambridge