There are 10 urban fire departments within Flagstaff County that provide fire services to the rural areas through a fire agreement in place with the County. The departments provide service to a specified area near that department. The fire departments provide different levels of service that may but do not necessarily include:
- Medical First Response
- Motor Vehicle Collision Response
- Hazardous Materials First Response
- Wildland Fire Suppression and Control
- Exterior Fire Suppression
- Coordinated Interior Structural Fire Suppression
- Ice Rescue
- Water Rescue
If you are interested in becoming a valuable part of the fire fighting team and receive extensive training, contact your local fire chief, or call the Regional Emergency Services Coordinator at the County office 780-384-4100.
The Emergency Services Coordinator completed a review of fire services in 2009. The purpose of the review was to provide information that would assist Flagstaff County Council in making informed decisions regarding the level of emergency services required and future planning for resident's protection.
Fire Departments annual call volume in 2012.
The safety of all residents within Flagstaff County is ensured through a Municipal Emergency Plan (MEP) should a disaster occur within the County. Emergency responders, elected officials and municipal employees receive training to understand their roles should the MEP ever have to be activated. The MEP is updated regularly with the surrounding municipalities to assist in a coordinated approach with municipal resources if something were to happen.
If you have any questions regarding Emergency Service, please contact the Emergency Services Department:
Regional Emergency Services Co-ordinator
(780) 384-4127 (direct line)
(780) 384-3635 (fax)