Fire Services

Okotoks Fire & Rescue is staffed by 32 full time firefighters and 20 Community Firefighters operating from two stations, and responding to over 1,000 calls a year. The Department is responsible for fire suppression, vehicle extrication, rescue, disaster services, minor hazmat cleanup and providing medical first response and medical co-response when requested by Alberta Health Services in the Town of Okotoks and in the surrounding rural area in the Municipal District of Foothills. Okotoks Fire also provides Mutual Aid to fire services in surrounding communities.

Firefighters receive National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1001 certified training through the Alberta fire training school “Fire etc.” at Lakeland College in Vermillion. These courses are offered by Okotoks Fire, surrounding departments or at the school. Okotoks firefighters are also certified through the Alberta College of Paramedics to a minimum of Emergency Medical Responder (EMR). All firefighters are also certified as Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) and/or Paramedics (PCP). Firefighters also attend weekly training sessions to maintain fire fighting and medical skills, and are tested annually to ensure that they continue to meet the department's standards.


Fire Chief Trevor Brice

Okotoks Fire Chief Trevor Brice
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Fire Station No. 1
132 Milligan Drive
Okotoks, AB

Station #1 on the north side of the river on Milligan Drive maintains a duty crew of full time firefighters who respond in town and in the surrounding MD of Foothills. Four full time firefighters are on duty 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 

Fire Station No. 2
98 Woodhaven Drive
Okotoks, AB

Station #2 is located within the Southridge Emergency Services Building  (SRES) on Woodhaven Drive.  It is also manned by four full time firefighters on duty 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  Additional firefighters can be called by pager when needed.