Since 1906, the High River Fire Department has been serving our community with Pride, Professionalism, Honour, & Integrity.
High River Fire Department (HRFD)
The High River Fire Department strives to operate as effectively and efficiently as possible while maintaining what is most important: the safety of our firefighters and those who live, work and visit the Town of High River.
The Town's Fire Department operates with a Chief, Deputy Fire Chief, Deputy Chief of Protective Services, 4 Administrative Assistants, 4 Captains, 12 Full-time firefighters, one part-time Inspector and 32 casual firefighters, providing 24-hour service to the community & surrounding area.
Mission: Ensure the safety and security of our community.
We strive to provide a high level of customer service by protecting life, property, and the environment through the delivery of innovative, fiscally responsible firefighting, rescue, fire prevention, protective services and emergency management. We are committed to protecting citizens, visitors and our colleagues now and for future generations.
Fire Hall Virtual Tour
Alberta Fire Ban System
Read on to learn about our fire ban system and the current status of High River.
Know the Rules
Review some general rules on fire prevention, fireworks, fire pit safety, open burning, what not to burn, and public safety below.
Fire Education & Seasonal Safety
Review some Fire Education and Seasonal Safety tips on the sounds of fire, grilling safety, water safety, Christmas tree safety and more below.
Smoke Alarms & Carbon Monoxide Detectors
Read on to learn about smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detector safety tips.
When winter arrives, our community enjoys winter activities on the ice, such as hockey, ice fishing or ice skating. Before venturing out on the ice, take time to review the ice safety tips below.
Fire Flash Monthly News promotes safety and awareness in our community. Your safety is our top priority.
The role of the Municipal Enforcement Officers is to enhance public safety, contributing to a high quality of life in High River.