Fire Department

Ensuring the safety of the community!

Fire Services

The Innisfail Fire Department plays a vital role in ensuring the safety of the community.

Based out of its new location at 4949 49 Street, this experienced and committed department consists of over 30 members and a full-time Fire Chief. The Innisfail Fire Department answers approximately 200 emergency calls per year, including fires of all varieties, dangerous goods incidents, motor vehicle accidents, medical emergencies, high/low angle rescues, ice rescues, water rescues and swift water rescues. The Department also provides services for the area of Red Deer County that surrounds the Town of Innisfail.

New Fire Hall

In order to better accommodate the staff and equipment needed, the Town of Innisfail commissioned a new Fire Hall to be built at the location of the former Mary Morton Library, 4949 49 Street, Innisfail. Construction on this major renovation concluded in the fall of 2012.

Volunteering

Contact Fire Chief at 403-227-5800 to find out more about becoming a volunteer firefighter.

Firefighter Application (PDF)

Fire Bylaw (Bylaw # 1400)

Open burning is not permitted within the Town limits, except for recreational fires in approved fire pits. Burning of tree branches and trimmings, grass clippings, and waste lumber, etc., is prohibited. Only seasoned wood that has not been contaminated with glue, paint, stain or other preservatives may be used for burning. Call the Town Office at 403-227-3376 for more information.

Fire Pit Permit (PDF)