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A home on fire.

Photo by Curtis Comeau

Edmontonians are an important partner in preventing arson in our city, and can help prevent arson from taking place by following these safety tips:

  • Become familiar with your neighbours. 
  • Watch out for each other’s properties, especially when away on vacation.
  • Write down license plate numbers of suspicious vehicles and get descriptions of suspicious persons. Report this information to Edmonton Police Services.
  • Encourage Neighbourhood Watch members to patrol their respective communities to locate abandoned homes and buildings and report these to City Officials. 
  • Clean up your property and yards of materials that an arsonist could use to start a fire.  Do not leave piles of brush, garbage, used furniture or old vehicles at the rear of your property.  These are targets for arson.
  • Clean up the neighbourhood by removing garbage, flammable liquids, gasoline containers and abandoned vehicles.
  • Secure the doors, windows or other openings located in abandoned homes and buildings. 

For More Information

Fire Prevention Office
10465 - 105 Street NW
Edmonton, AB T5H 0P5

Hours: Monday to Friday, 8am to 4:30pm (Closed on weekends and statutory holidays)

Telephone

780-496-3628 (voicemail only)

Email fireprevention@edmonton.ca

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