New digital sign at the Hagersville Fire/EMS station supports community engagement and information-sharing

With the installation of a new digital sign for education and information-sharing, the Hagersville Firefighters Association is continuing its long tradition of active engagement with the community and supporting local activities for the benefit of residents and visitors.

The Hagersville Emergency Services Station #2 (Fire and Paramedic) was constructed in 2017, and plays a central role in the community through its provision of essential fire and paramedic services. In 2019, the Association proposed a digital sign at the roadway as the final capital installation for the Station.

“This is a great enhancement to the Fire and EMS Station,” says local Councillor, Tony Dalimonte. “I was happy to support the digital sign project with Community Vibrancy Fund monies, as the Hagersville Firefighters Association is a hard-working volunteer group, and this new asset will allow the members to share important information with the community more quickly.”


L-R: Retired Station Captain and Project Coordinator Cary Slote, Councillor Tony Dalimonte, and Hagersville Fire Station #2 Chief Doug Fess.
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