- Administration office
- Phone: 780-467-5216
- Fax: 780-467-5217
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Administrative office location and mailing address
View current Alberta Emergency Alerts or sign up to be notified
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.
- Be like Melvin and Eilee and learn how to evacuate and shelter-in-place. Watch the commercials now.
- If emergency crews were to visit your home, would they be able to see your address clearly from the road? Learn more.
- May 28, 2013 - - The fire ban in Strathcona County has been lifted. As a reminder, fire permit holders need to phone the burning information line prior to burning at 780-464-8464 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.
- 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: Thursday, June 13, 2013
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