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Fire safety is everyone's responsibility. Being prepared is your best defence against a fire in your home. Use these fire safety tips to help prevent fires and fire-related injuries in your home.
Edmonton Fire Rescue Services may issue a Fire Ban or fire restriction when fire hazards are extreme, in order to protect life and property.
Be informed in order to prevent accidents and injury.
Teach children about fire safety.
When the fire hazard is extreme, the City may issue a fire ban or restriction to protect life and property.
Learn about the requirements for using Fireworks safely in Edmonton.
A flip book with prevention and safety tips.
Information you need if a fire has occurred in your home.
Fire Safety Concerns
What is a fire hazard or safety code violation?
Recreational fire pits that don't meet requirements
Open burning without a permit
Residential buildings that don't meet fire and smoke detector requirements
Children playing with matches
If you see an activity, place or thing that is a fire hazard or safety code violation, please report it to Fire Prevention at 780-496-3628 or fill out the Fire Safety Concerns Form.
Report A Fire Safety Concern Using Our Form
Edmonton Fire Rescue Services has 30 fire stations strategically located throughout the city.
Learn more about the Fire Cadets program.
Be prepared to take care of yourself and your loved ones for up to one week during a major emergency.
Learn more about Edmonton Fire Rescue Services' recruitment process.
A summary of costs for fire inspections, permits, Fire Rescue fees and administration fees.