This year, the Service de sécurité incendie de Montréal (SIM) will open its doors to the Montreal population from spring to fall. From May 20 to October 14, 2023, 12 fire stations will participate in the event to offer Montrealers a host of activities aimed at increasing awareness of fire safety.
These activities will give citizens the opportunity to discover the world of fire stations and to learn more about the professions of firefighter and prevention agent. These days are also an opportunity to receive various prevention tips, visit the trucks, enjoy the SIMulator and meet the Chief mascot, and much more! The firefighters and prevention agents will be on hand to welcome citizens and coordinate the visits.
A unique and concrete initiative, the fire station open houses are an excellent opportunity to exchange with the population and to answer questions from young and old alike.
This year, the open house will focus on the safety of using rechargeable lithium-ion batteries in our everyday devices, as well as the need to have a working smoke alarm.
To find out more about the fire stations that will be opening their doors, see the schedule below.
We hope to see many of you there!


Participating fire stations:


May 20:
Fire Station 54:
3048 Saint-Charles Blvd.
Kirkland, H9H 3B7
Fire Station 25 :
1212 Drummond Street
Montreal, H3G 1V7
June 3rd : 
Fire Station 17:
4240 De Charleroi Street
Montreal North, H1H 1T3
Fire Station 58 :
11, rue du Centre Commercial 
Roxboro, H8Y 2N9  
September 23rd :
Fire Station 55:
401 St. John Blvd.
Pointe-Claire, H9R 3J2
Fire Station 48 :
3616 Hochelaga Street
Montreal, H1W 1J1
September 30th :
Fire Station 22:
5455 Antonio-Dagenais Street
Saint-Léonard, H1S 2X3
Fire station 67 :
911 René Lévesque Boulevard
Verdun, H3E 1J3
October 7th : 
Fire Hall 57:
13795 Pierrefonds Boulevard
Pierrefonds, H9A 1A6
Fire Station 46 :
4760 Cumberland Ave, 
Montreal, H4B 2L4
October 14th : 
Fire Hall 65:
1300 Dollard Avenue
LaSalle, H8N 2P2
Fire Station 75:
40 Saint-Just Avenue
Outremont, H2V 1X8