Wainwright Fire & Rescue Department
Fire Hall Address: 806 – 3 Avenue
Mailing Address: 1018 – 2 Avenue, Wainwright, Alberta T9W 1R1
Fire Chief Office
Located in Town Hall at 1018 – 2 Avenue
Emergency Phone: 911
Phone: (780) 842-3381 (Fire Chief)
Fax: (780) 842-2898
The Wainwright Fire & Rescue Department is a well-trained volunteer department comprised of 29 members who are responsible for the provision of fire protection services, fire prevention programs and rescue services.
These dedicated members of the Department respond to incidents twenty-four hours per day from their homes or work. Although classed as volunteers, these men and women are extensively trained through accredited instruction.
If you are interested in becoming a member of the Department contact the Fire Chief. For your convenience, you can download a Wainwright Fire Rescue Department Application Form and Qualifications for Membership as an Adobe Acrobat PDF document. Please view this video for more information on volunteer firefighters.
- False Alarm Policy
- Fire Pits Bylaw
- After the Fire – Tips
- Carbon Monoxide Facts
- Notice of Procurement
By definition, emergencies happen when we don’t expect them, and often when families are not together. Suddenly, you need to think about your kids at school or elderly parents across town. If phones don’t work, or some neighbourhoods aren’t accessible, what will you do?
The best way to help ensure your family’s safety in these situations is to have an emergency plan. Having a plan, and discussing it with loved ones, will save time and make real situations less stressful.
To get started, please visit www.getprepared.gc.ca for videos and kits.
Below are other sources of information on Emergency Preparedness:
Hazard preparedness – includes multiple pages dedicated to hazards in Alberta with preparedness tips and 60 second video clips that are sharable on social media including:
- What to do before, during and after an emergency
- Tornadoes and extreme winds
- Power and water outages
- Thunderstorms, lightning, heavy rain and hail
- Blizzards, freezing rain, ice storms and extreme cold
Build an emergency kit – includes printable brochures and checklists for family, pet, farm animal and vehicle preparedness
Pet Preparedness – includes tools and materials to help keep pets safe and comfortable, before, during and after an emergency
Farm animals and livestock – includes tools and materials to help keep farm animals and livestock safe if you need to shelter in place or evacuate
Raise awareness in your community – includes tools and materials for communities to raise awareness, including info on emergency preparedness week, #PrepareYourSelfie campaign, and 60 second videos that are sharable on social media
Make an emergency plan – includes an emergency preparedness guide, tips on how to communicate during an emergency and information relating to pets, children and a guide for people with disabilities
Emergency preparedness – includes hazard info and general emergency preparedness information including shelter-in-place and evacuation fact sheets