Fire and Rescue Services
St. Albert Fire Services is ready to respond to any emergency 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The department's dedicated team of professionals saves lives and protects properties by responding quickly and effectively to suppress fires and provide medical and rescue attention in disaster and other emergency situations.
St. Albert Fire Services specialized services include ice/water rescue and dangerous goods intervention. The department assists the community with service calls concerning items such as fire pits and carbon monoxide and smoke detector activations. Fire Services also educates community groups and schools on fire prevention.
Paramedic Services Week Open House - May 27
Celebrate Paramedic Services Week with St. Albert Fire and Emergency Services! Residents are invited to the Open House to learn more about emergency medical care and ambulance delivery in St. Albert. Paramedic Services Week runs May 28 to June 3.
Saturday, May 27 │ 1 to 4 p.m.
Fire Station 3, 100 Giroux Road
Climb inside ambulances and see the type of lifesaving equipment available. Learn about the advanced life support engines that complement the advanced life-saving ambulances. Talk to EMS personnel. Plus, kids can play in the jumpy castle.
St. Albert provides two ambulances under contract to Alberta Health Services towards the provincial EMS system. The St. Albert Fire and Emergency Services department has 41 Paramedics, 43 Emergency Medical Technicians and two Emergency Medical Responders who provide medical care on either the ambulance or in a medical co-response capacity on the fire engines 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.
EMS is an essential part of building a resilient health care system that functions efficiently and effectively every day and is capable of responding to disasters and public health emergencies.
Stations Serving the Community
|Fire Station No. 1||Fire Station No. 2||Fire Station No. 3|
|18 Sir Winston Churchill Avenue||100 Boudreau Road||100 Giroux Road|
On July 27, 2011 Fire Hall No.3 was officially awarded Gold-Certification for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) from the Canada Green Building Council. Fire Station No.3 is the first fire hall in Alberta and the second in Canada to receive this environmental designation.
Last edited: April 25, 2017