Fire Rescue Services
Through the protection of life, property and the environment, Fire Rescue Services improves the livability of all Edmontonians. The provision of internationally-recognized frontline fire rescue services, fire prevention programs and public education make the city a safer and healthier place.
Fire Rescue Operations
Fire Rescue Operations responds to emergencies in Edmonton, including fires, medical events, technical rescues, and hazardous materials events. Fire Rescue Operations also provides specialty operations and pre-incident planning programs.
Office of Emergency Management
The City of Edmonton's Office of Emergency Management was established in 2002 to ensure that the City is prepared for, and can respond to and recover from a disaster.
Public Safety provides fire inspections and investigations, public education, fire prevention, and FRS/EPS partnered arson investigations. Public Safety is also responsible for environmental management and the Quality Management Plan (QMP).
Training & Logistics
Training and Logistics facilitates the training, E-learning, recruitment, logistical planning, and joint health and wellness for Fire Rescue Services. Training and Logistics also coordinates the facilities and protective equipment, and the Fire Rescue fleets equipment.
Technical Services manages all Emergency Response Communications, call evaluations, dispatch services, mapping, fire accreditation, partnership agreements, environmental programs, and public safety technology.
For More Information
General Emergency Services Contacts
In Edmonton: 311
|TTY||780-944-5555, code: erdinfo|
Note: Do not use firstname.lastname@example.org in an emergency. When contacting Fire Rescue Services via this email address, you will receive a response within 3 business days.