A fire ban has been declared for Strathcona County, effective noon on May 7. No outdoor fires are permitted until further notice. This applies to all rural areas, hamlets, and Sherwood Park.
- Administration office
- Phone: 780-467-5216
- Fax: 780-467-5217
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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For property-related file search requests (Fire Prevention and Investigation Branch), please contact:
Call the UPDATEline at 1-866-653-9959 if you are concerned about alarms, prologned flares, smoke or fire at petro-chemical industries. Learn more.
- Crews at Fire Station 6, Strathcona County's newest station, will be ready to take their first dispatched call at noon on May 15, 2013. Learn more.
- Are you interested in learning more about FireSmart? Join us for a community workshop on May 21. Learn more.
- Your home may be eligible for reduced fire insurance rates. Learn more.
- Learn more about electrical safety.
- Learn how to properly use and maintain a fire extinguisher while remaining safe. This is a certified program.
- See what a career with Strathcona County Emergency Services can mean. Watch our new department video.
- Cigarette butts and flower planters don't mix; never substitute them as an ashtray. Dispose of used smoking materials by butting out in a metal container with sand or a commercially-made ashtray. Learn more home safety tips.
- A temporary suspension of burning is different than a fire ban. Learn more.
- Download a copy of Strathcona County's Emergency Preparedness Guide.
Last updated: Wednesday, May 15, 2013
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