Fire

The Okotoks Fire Department is staffed by 19 full time firefighters and 30 volunteer Community Firefighters operating from two stations, and responding to almost 1,000 calls per year. The Department is responsible for fire suppression, vehicle extrication, rescue, disaster services, minor hazmat cleanup and providing medical first and co-response when requested by Alberta Health Services in the rapidly growing Town of Okotoks and for a surrounding rural area in the Municipal District of Foothills. Okotoks Fire also provides Mutual Aid to fire services in surrounding communities.
Okotoks Fire Services
Sun: Closed
Mon - Fri: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Sat: Closed

About Fire Services

OFD
The OFD is staffed by 17 full time firefighters and 30 volunteer Community Firefighters. view page

Car Seat Clinic

Car Seat Clinics
Car Seat clinics are offered at the Okotoks Fire Station on the 2nd Wednesday of Every Month from 1 - 4 pm. view page

Christmas Eve Parade

Watch for the Okotoks Emergency Services Christmas Eve Parade! view page

Community Safety

The Okotoks Fire Department believes that it is vital for fire and safety education to reach all audiences. view page

Fire Advisories, Bans & Restrictions

Watch this page for the most up-to-date fire ban and advisory information. view page

Fire Forms

On this page you will find various Fire published forms and documents. view page

Fire Hydrant Maintenance

Fire Hose
A working fire hydrant is essential for fire protection and required under the Alberta Fire Code. view page

Fire Permits

Bonfire
For large fires such as bonfires, thawing fires, or fires required for other reasons, a burn permit must be obtained from Okotoks Fire Services. view page

Fire Prevention Week

Fire Prevention Week gives us opportunities to talk about how to make your house and your community fire safe. view page

Home Safety Inspection Program

If you’ve ever wondered how safe your home is, you can get an expert opinion! view page

Ice Safety Tips

Ice Rescue
Ice may look solid, but because of the way it melts, it will dramatically weaken even as it retains its thickness. view page

Carbon Monoxide

Carbon Monoxide Danger
Best way to stay safe is to have a carbon monoxide detector installed in your home. view page
Okotoks Fire Services

Okotoks Fire Services

Sun: Closed
Mon - Fri: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Sat: Closed

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