If you are currently experiencing an emergency, please call 911 for assistance.
Our priority is to protect public safety and ensure that when disasters do happen, we can all return to "normal" as quickly as possible.
There are four stages of emergency management:
- Emergency Preparedness
- Emergency Response
Experience has shown that effort spent on mitigation and preparedness reduces the impacts of disasters and improves recovery significantly.
Emergencies can strike at any time: read on to learn how you can become more prepared and how you can help your families and your neighbours.
How to reach us:
|Jared Riel||Fire Chief||250-428-2214|
|Laura Dodman||Assistant Chief||250-428-2214|