The Calgary Fire Department’s mission is to serve the community through excellence in fire prevention, education, protection and safety.
The Airdrie Fire Department (AFD) is a dynamic, highly trained and competent team that responds to more than 1,300 service incidents annually.
The Crossfield Volunteer Fire Department exists to protect and prevent fire loss and/or damage to the citizens of the Town of Crossfield and the County of Rocky View surrounding Crossfield, while maintaining the highest level of professionalism.
The Town of Irricana maintains a high quality of emergency services readily available for its residents should a situation arise.
STARS offers time, hope and life-saving transport to critically ill and injured patients.
Rocky View Fire Services maintains three full-time fire stations in Springbank, Elbow Valley and Balzac, and well as three volunteer stations in Langdon, Irricana and Madden. The Fire Services team consists of more than 120 Paid-On-Call Firefighters, 50 Volunteer Firefighters, 12Full-time Firefighters, two District Chiefs, a Deputy Chief, a Fire Chief, and a General Manager.
The Calgary Police Service is located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. In concert with other agencies and the citizens of Calgary, the Calgary Police Service strives to preserve the quality of life in our community by maintaining Calgary as a safe place to live, work and visit.
Because lives are potentially on the line whenever Emergency Medical Services (EMS) are called upon, ensuring we’re providing every patient with the right care, at the right time, by the right provider remains a vital, ongoing goal for Alberta Health Services (AHS).
Okotoks Fire Department is staffed by 11 full time firefighters and 27 volunteer community firefighters operating from two stations, and responding to almost 800 calls a year. The department is responsible for fire suppression, vehicle extrication, rescue, disaster services, minor hazmat cleanup and assisting with medical response when requested by the Foothills Regional Emergency Medical Service in the rapidly growing Town of Okotoks (current population of approximately 23,981) and for a surrounding rural area in the Municipal District of Foothills with a total population of almost 8,000. Okotoks Fire also provides mutual aid to fire services in surrounding communities.
As of February 12, 2012, the Town of Chestermere re-assumed management of fire and emergency services within the town and the surrounding area. As proud, proficient, and professional firefighters, members of Chestermere Fire Services continue to provide efficient and effective emergency response and prevention services to our community.