Edmonton Fire Rescue Services (EFRS) hosts open houses and tours at numerous stations throughout the year.
Fire Station Open Houses
Each year, Edmontonians have an opportunity to meet firefighters and fire prevention officers in their community, check out the fire trucks and learn important fire safety information during Fire Station Open Houses.
Open Houses are free to the public and run from: Noon-4pm.
Open House Schedule
Fire Station Open Houses take place annually from June to September.
Fire Station Tours
Fire station tours occur throughout the year providing an opportunity to connect with citizens and educate them about fire safety concerns, services and equipment.
Tours are held Monday to Friday during the following time slots:
Station tours typically take between 30-45 minutes.
Note: Fire stations are in service and may be called to an emergency during your tour. If a tour is cancelled because the station must respond to an emergency, your tour will be rescheduled.
Tour Requirements and Bookings
A maximum of 25 people, including supervisors, are allowed per tour:
For school-aged children, there must be 1 supervisor for every 5 children.
For kindergarten children, there must be 1 supervisor for every 3 children. Before kindergarten children are taken on a tour, 2 programs are recommended:
Prevention and safety tips including smoke alarms, carbon monoxide, candles, cooking, smoker's material, fire pits, barbecues, home heating, fire safety for children, electrical and home fire escape planning.
For More Information
Fire Prevention Office
10425 106 Avenue NW
Edmonton, AB T5H 0P5
Hours: Monday to Friday, 8am to 4:30pm (Closed on weekends and statutory holidays)