Emergency Services

72 hours- Is your family prepared

For all emergencies please call  9-1-1


Emergency Management

The Alberta Emergency Alert website: http://emergencyalert.alberta.ca issues critical information about an immediate disaster, where it is occurring and what action you need to take.

Please visit the Alberta Emergency Alert website for the mobile application: http://emergencyalert.alberta.ca/content/about/signup.html

For tips on keeping your house safe from fire, visit this link from the Government Of Alberta – Fire Smart Program Tips.

Take the Alberta 3 Minute Drill to see how much you know about Fire Safety and getting out alive.

YOUR EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS GUIDE

72 HOURS - IS YOUR FAMILY PREPARED?

If an emergency happens in your community, it may take emergency workers some time to reach you. You should be prepared to take care of yourself and your family for a minimum of 72 hours.

www.getprepared.ca


Forestburg Volunteer Fire Department

If you happened to see the Fire Department training and are interested in learning more - we are currently looking for new members - please send an email if you would like more information.
forestburg-fire@eastlink.ca

Forestburg has a volunteer fire department led by Fire Chief Kevin Lunty.  
Practice and training are the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month at the Fire Hall (4813 - 50 Street), at which time members of the fire department take part in practices or training sessions.
The fire business meeting is held at the fire hall on 2nd Wednesday of each month.
The Village of Forestburg provides training and pay for the members.
If you are interested in joining the Forestburg Fire Department, please contact one of the members below:

Kevin Lunty Fire Chief  780-385-8552

Forestburg fire Department Facebook Page


 RCMP

FOR A POLICE EMERGENCY PLEASE CALL 911

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police service Forestburg and the surrounding area with their main office in Killam.
Non-emergency contact information is:
Complaints 780-385-3502
Administration and information 780-385-3509
The Alberta RCMP supports community engagement by providing the public with the tools, resources and information they need to uphold public safety – for themselves and for their communities.

About the Map

The new online map enables the Alberta RCMP to share current criminal incidents with members of the communities they serve across Alberta.

Crime Reduction
The RCMP hopes that the map will help encourage citizens to report suspicious activity to the police which will strengthen their intelligence gathering capability and help them make arrests.
To access the map, click on the graphic above or click HERE.

 

Content

Next regular Council Meeting: March 18, 2021 in the Professional Building. (5004 49 Ave)
Municipal Election October 18, 2021 - Candidate Package