Richmond Hill Seeks Public Input on Fire Master Plan

The City of Richmond Hill is inviting the public to provide input on how Richmond Hill Fire and Emergency Services (RHFES) can best meet the future needs of our growing community.
A 12-question survey is available through February 12 at Your confidential responses will help the City update the Fire Master Plan that was originally created in 2016 and guides the delivery of the City’s fire protection services. 
Fire Master Plans are developed every 10 years with the goal to update at the five-year mark. Your feedback is critical and helps outline ways for RHFES to improve the level of fire protection services delivered to our community for the coming years. 
  • RHFES responds to approximately 5,500 emergency incidents annually from its’ six fire stations located across the city. 
  • The department is comprised of frontline fire fighters, trainers, fire prevention officers, public education and administrative personnel, as well as deputy chiefs and chief.