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To reach the police, fire department, or ambulance in the case of an emergency DIAL 911, and the dispatcher will direct you to the right department.


Fire Department Application 



Deseronto’s land ambulance services are provided by the Hastings County Ambulance Services and the County of Lennox & Addington Ambulance Services.

Contact Information:

Emergencies: DIAL 911

Hasting - Quinte Emergency Medical Services

John O’Donnell - Chief

111 Millennium Parkway Belleville, ON  K8N 4Z5

Phone: 613-771-9366

Fax: 613-771-9370


County of Lennox & Addington Ambulance Service and Emergency Programs

Main Office:

Tom Bedford, Operations Manager

97 Thomas Street East, Postal Bag 1000 Napanee, Ontario K7R 3S9
Phone: 613-354-4883 ext. 288

Operations Office:

Chris Barry & Elizabeth Tanner, Operations Supervisors

98 Advance Ave. Napanee, Ontario K7R 3Y6
Phone: 613-354-6873
Fax: 613-354-7227



The Deseronto Volunteer Fire Department provides fire and rescue services to the Town of Deseronto.

Contact Information:

Emergencies: DIAL 911

Deseronto Volunteer Fire Department

Acting Fire Chief: Dale Loney
Andy Conger
Darrell Brinklow
Paul Glass 

316 Edmon St. Deseronto, ON K0K 1X0

Fire Station: 613-396-2325


 Protect your loved ones.  A smoke detector must be installed on every level of your home, business or building.  IT’S THE LAW. 



Deseronto police patrol and emergency services are provided by the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP).  The Deseronto OPP community policing office is located at 370 Main St., with their main offices located in Napanee, ON.

Contact Information:

Emergencies: DIAL 911

Napanee OPP Detachment

86 Advance Ave. Napanee, ON K7R 3Y6

Phone (Detachment): 613-354-3369

Phone (Incident Reporting Line): 1-888-310-1122

Fax: 613-354-9183


OPP Citizen Self-Reporting Portal

Victims of property damage and petty thefts can now report their troubles online to the Ontario Provincial Police through its new “Citizen Self-Reporting Portal.”  This system allows you to submit a report from your computer without going to an OPP detachment. All submissions will be reviewed by an officer, and you may be contacted to provide more information. You must have a valid e-mail address in order to submit a report. 


The OPP recommends that citizens utilize this system to report the following incidents:

Lost/missing property under $5,000

Lost/stolen license plates or validation stickers

Theft from a vehicle under $5,000

Mischief/damage to a vehicle under $5,000

Mischief/damage to property (other than a vehicle) under $5,000

Theft under $5,000