The Chilliwack Fire Department is committed to community safety through public education, code enforcement, fire suppression and rescue services. Some of the many services we provide include:
Structural, vehicles, brush, aircraft.
Heart attacks, collapses, traumas.
Rescue and Safety Calls
Hazardous material spills, industrial
and farm accidents.
Motor Vehicle Accidents
Extinguish fires, extricate victims,
provide medical assistance.
Public Service Calls
Carbon monoxide alarms, downed hydro electric lines, lock-outs.
Fire Prevention Services
Code & bylaw enforcement, public building inspections.
Public Education Services
Fire safety lectures for schools, clubs and associations;
fire extinguisher training and fire hall tours.
Fire Safety Inspections
All public buildings and for special events.
Determine fire origin and cause.
Organize and participate in many local community events.
Juvenile Fire Setter Intervention
Intervention and support for juveniles and their guardians.
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Prevent carbon monoxide (CO) build up in your home by properly maintaining all fuel-burning appliances and installing CO alarms.
An important aspect of a community risk assessment and management program is to compile and analyze fire incident data.
Map of the Fire Station Locations (including Address)
Serve Up Fire Safety in the Kitchen
Information about restrictions that apply to open burning in Chilliwack.
The City of Chilliwack recruits Paid On-Call (POC) firefighters annually in the fall for the recruit training program. Applications are now being accepted.
Information on fire safety and prevention.
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