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About Courtenay Fire Department

The Courtenay Fire Department provides various fire-related services from one fire hall located at 650 Cumberland Road. A total of 42 Career and Paid-on-Call firefighters respond to both emergency and non emergency calls within the City of Courtenay and surrounding fire protection districts utilizing the following apparatus:

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 How 9-1-1 works

When you need assistance from the Courtenay Fire Department for either emergency or non-emergency situations, the 9-1-1 system provides immediate access to our services. Regardless of where you are calling from, when you dial 9-1-1, special 9-1-1 operators at the R.C.M.P. dispatch centre located on Ryan Road will answer your call. Once you have instructed them that you require fire department Services, your call will be transferred to the 9-1-1- fire department dispatch center in Campbell River.
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Monthly Activity Report

View the number of incidents, categorized by type, which the Courtenay Fire Department has attended.
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Fire Prevention

Fire Prevention Branch services include:
• Annual Fire inspections on over 1500 businesses in the City and our fire protection areas.
• Fire hall tours to various schools, day-cares, and boys and girls clubs
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Burning Regulations

View open burning regulations for Courtenay, Merville & Black Creek areas.
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 Fire Protective Services Bylaw No. 2556

A Bylaw to establish fire protection regulations within the City
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 Fire Safety Tips

 These basic fire safety tips can help keep you and your family safe:
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 Volunteer Opportunities at the Courtenay Fire Hall

Who can volunteer? You can if you meet the following requirements:

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Reflective Address Signs

Is your home easy to find? What about at night? the Comox Valley Monarch Lions Club is offering reflective address signs to make your home more visible to emergency vehicles.

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Slow Down Move Over

When you see an emergency vehicle stopped on the side of the road with its lights flashing, please slow down and move over! It's the law in BC under the Motor Vehicle Act.

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 Sparky the Fire Dog

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Learn about fire safety from Sparky, and have fun along the way! Great games, stories and activities for the whole family. Visit Sparky's Website !

 

 

Last Update : Thursday, February 27, 2014

 
City of Courtenay, 830 Cliffe Avenue, Courtenay, B.C. V9N 2J7 Tel.(250) 334-4441 Fax. (250) 334-4241

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