Community safety is our top priority, and with that comes providing education to residents of all ages. Our members are active in public education throughout the year. You might see us in your classroom, at events, or on an organized visit to the fire hall. We are here to answer your questions, because fire safety planning can help save lives.
Educating children and youth is a critical step in fire prevention. Each year, our firefighters are active in schools during Fire Prevention Week, the week of October 9. We spend this time with the students teaching them about the risks of fire and what to do if they see a hazard.
As your neighbours, we enjoy being a part of parades and community events. Look for our trucks in the parade lineup, or spot our tent at public markets and other events. If you see our tent at a community event, come up and chat with us! Let us answer your questions and while you are there grab an application form.
FIRE HALL TOURS
We offer guided tours of the fire station to youth who are interested in the fire service. Participants can look at our trucks up close, learn about fire safety, and discover how to make firefighting a part of their future. If you have a group or interested individual, get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to accommodate your request.