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Township of Wentworth Fire Department

For any emergency, dial 9-1-1 or for more information or questions about fire safety, please contact your Fire Department at (450) 562-0701 ext. 2929 or by email at incendie@wentworth.ca



  • Application Form HERE

The Municipality of the Township of Wentworth is looking for men and women, ready to join the volunteer firefighter team for its Fire Department.

Key Responsabilities:
The work consists of responding to fire and other emergency call alerts, performing maintenance tasks of the Fire Station, equipments and material used in case of fires and intervention,  participating in training exercises and learning.

Qualifications required:

  •  Be 18 years of age or over;
  •  Commit to completing the current National School of Firefighter's training;
  •  Commit to obtaining a class 4A driver's license;
  •  Be in good physical condition.

Working conditions:

  •  Remuneration according to the existing agreement (firefighter);
  •  Part time (on call, requires high avaialbility to respond to emergency calls, attend meetings, monthly training sessions and training courses).

Anyone interested is invited to send their curriculum vitae to the following address:

Municipality of the Township of Wentworth
Alain St-Jacques, Interim Fire Chief
175, chemin Louisa, Wentworth (Qc) J8H 0C7
by Email at incendie@wentworth.ca 

Stay informed with the SOPFEU

The SOPFEU fire danger rating is a good guideline to follow! The appropriate behaviour to adopt for each level of fire danger is laid out below.

For more information, visit the SOPFEU's website: https://sopfeu.qc.ca/en/

What is an “open-air fire”?

Any fire burning freely or that can freely spread. Examples of open-air fires are fireworks and flame and spark producing tools (such as welding tools).

The following are not considered to be an open fire: Propane or ethanol fireplaces. These facilities may be used in the event of a ban.

Fires burning in facilities intended for this purpose and equipped with spark arrestor screens, such as stoves, fireplaces, and metal containers, are not considered to be open-air fires. In order to comply with prevailing standards, spark arrestor openings must be no wider than 1 centimetre. 

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Fire Permit

To obtain a FIRE PERMIT from your Fire Departement, send your request to incendie@wentworth.ca or at 450 562-0701 (ext. 2929)

For any emergency, dial 9-1-1 or for more information or questions about fire safety, please contact your Fire Department at (450) 562-0701 ext. 2929.

 By-Law 2013-005 - By-Law concerning Fire Prevention

Wentworth, April 9th, 2021

IMPORTANT MESSAGE from your Fire Department and the SOPFEU

Caution Alert - Early spring provides opportunity for wildfires
Source : www.sopfeu.qc.ca
In this early spring, the Société de protection des forêts contre le feu (SOPFEU) is issuing a call for caution to the population over the next few days. A high pressure system will settle over Quebec bringing several days of sunshine and dry weather, which could increase temperatures by 10 to 20 degrees Celsius above the seasonal norm. In this regard, the fire danger currently ranges from "high" to "extreme", as the increase in temperatures, the lack of precipitation and the very low humidity levels favour the outbreak of brush and forest fires.

SOPFEU reminds us that in early spring, the greenery is not yet present, making dead grasses highly flammable. The last winter received less accumulation than normal, and the soil is drier. With the snow cover gone in many areas, it only takes a few hours of sunshine and a little wind to dry out the brush and increase the fire danger.


Next week, the Municipality of the Township of Wentworth will proceed with the reinstallation of the fire prevention signs located at the entry points of the territory.

In the meantime, please consult the SOPFEU (www.sopfeu.qc.ca) or our website (www.wentworth.ca) to know the current level of fire risk. For any emergency, please call 9-1-1.


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