Fire Station 84
Ottawa Fire Station 84 is located beside the Corkery Community Center on Old Almonte Road.
Ottawa Fire Station 84 is the home of a dedicated, energetic and skilled team of volunteer firefighters who are willing and ready to respond to the call. A team of twenty five firefighters and officers respond to approximately 85-100 calls per year. The station is equipped with a pump-tanker for fire and MVC response, a squad for support as well as a brush firefighting truck complete with a four wheeled UTV.
Twenty five men and women fill the various roles at the station. The station captain has overall responsibility in the station and on the fireground. Four officers report directly to the station captain. Each officer has a specialty and a unique area of responsibility within the station. Each officer has command of five firefighters. Each firefighter is fully trained in every area of response: medical, motor vehicle collision and fire suppression.
Have you dreamed of being a firefighter? Drop in for a chat during our Wednesday training and maintenance evening.
Health and Wellbeing
For more information on public health services in our community please contact:
Kim Ou, R.N., B.Sc.N.
Public Health Nurse – Ottawa Public Health
Environment and Health Protection
Community and Protective Services
Community Office: Kinburn Client Service Centre
5670 Carp Road, Kinburn
Mailing Address: 100 Constellation Cres, 8East
Nepean, ON K2G 6J8
tel: (613) 580-6744, ext. 26234
Community Resource Centre
The Western Ottawa Community Resource Centre (WOCRC) offers community services such as Meals on Wheels, volunteer transportation to medical and non-medical appointments, basic house cleaning, and social services that include the Ottawa Good Food Box (Kinburn), community development, children, family and youth programming, counseling and referral. These services are either free or minimally priced. The WOCRC is a non-profit organization and has been serving the West Carleton area for over 25 years. Please call 613-591-3686 for further information or visit the WOCRC website.