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Greater Sudbury

About Us

The Greater Sudbury Fire Services is comprised of career and volunteer firefighters dedicated to delivering fire protection services throughout the City of Greater Sudbury. 

We have 130 full time employees which includes 108 career firefighters, 10 fire prevention services personnel, 4 training personnel, 3 fleet services personnel and 5 management personnel. Our full-time staff is complemented by 350 volunteer firefighters.

We operate a fleet of 73 fire trucks and associated equipment out of 24 stations, eight of which we share with Paramedic Services. The 2016 Operating Budget was $24.3 million, which is reflected on the Municipal Tax Levy.

Have questions? Contact us.

Mission Statement

To respond to fire and other rescue emergencies with highly trained firefighters in efforts to prevent the loss of life and minimize the loss of property to fire and other emergencies, natural or human generated. To deliver fire prevention and public education programs that lead to the minimization of loss of life and property to fire, and other emergencies.

Vision Statement

To provide the highest level of fire protection services that will ensure the safety and well being of all citizens and visitors from fire and other public safety hazards.

Statement of Values

Fortitude: courage, forbearance, endurance, and ability to confront fear and uncertainty, or intimidation.

Prudence: skill and good judgment in the use of resources and an ability to judge between actions with regard to appropriate actions at a given time.

Justice: proper moderation between self-interest and the rights and needs of others.

Temperance: practicing moderation in thoughts, words and deeds.

 

We deliver what are known as the Three Pillars of Fire Protection; Fire Safety Education, Fire Prevention and Fire Response.

Fire Safety Education

  • Educate our community on fire safety as well as workplace, camp, ice and water safety, safe driving, and seasonal concerns.
  • Minimize the chances for incidents to occur, and educate citizens on what to do in case something does.
  • Conduct training sessions which include proper use of fire extinguishers, fire evacuation and other fire safety issues.

Fire Prevention

  • Conduct regular fire safety inspections of all types of buildings which carried out under the provisions of the Ontario Fire Code/Fire Marshal’s Act.
  • Respond to and resolve citizen complaints and concerns regarding fire safety.

Fire Response

Respond and attempt to mitigate the effects of emergency situations including:

  • Fire Suppression: Extinguishing fires involving buildings, vehicles, forests and wild lands and providing an alternative water source (tanker) when hydrants are not available.
  • Medical Response ( in conjunction with Paramedic Services): CPR, automated external defibrillator, spinal and bone fracture immobilization, and administration of oxygen.
  • Technical Rescue: Rescuing people that are trapped on sloped terrain, in a vehicle, on an elevated platform or structure, in water (either from shore or by boat) with a current, or below 21 degrees Celsius.
  • Hazardous Materials: Recognize and implement protection protocols, and notify the appropriate response team as well as provide limited emergency decontamination of persons exposed to hazard.

When the City of Greater Sudbury was formed on January 1st 2001 through an amalgamation of seven municipalities and surrounding unorganized areas, eight fire services were merged to form the new department:

  • Sudbury Fire Department
  • Valley East Fire Department
  • Capreol Fire Department
  • Nickel Centre Fire Department
  • Onaping Falls Fire Department
  • Rayside-Balfour Fire Department
  • Walden Fire Department
  • Red Deer Lake Fire Department

The City of Greater Sudbury continues to use many of the fire stations that belonged to the former municipalities prior to amalgamation.

 

 

District 1

Station 1: Van Horne (Main Station)

Van Horne fire station.

193 Van Horne Street

Building Age: 41 Years

This station operates at a career service level. It has 9 career firefighters on duty at all times.

Station Statistics:

Type of Statistic

2015 (January to December)

2016 (January to December)

Number of Calls

1639

1569

The Fire Underwriters Survey (FUS) Ratings :

Type of Grade

Previous

New

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – In Hydrant Area (HPA)

1

1

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – Non Hydrant Area (FPA)

3B

4

FUS Public Fire Protection Certification (PFPC)- In Hydrant Area (HPA)

4

  4

Station 2: Minnow Lake

Minnow Lake Fire Station.

144 Second Avenue

Building Age: 33 Years

This station operates at a career service level. It has 4 career firefighters on duty at all times.

Station Statistics:

Type of Statistic

2015 (January to December)

2016 (January to December)

Number of Calls

381

377

The Fire Underwriters Survey (FUS) Ratings:

Type of Grade

Previous

New

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – In Hydrant Area (HPA)

1

1

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – Non Hydrant Area (FPA)

4

4

FUS Public Fire Protection Certification (PFPC)- In Hydrant Area (HPA)

4

    4

 

Station 3: New Sudbury

New Sudbury Fire Station

1190 Leon Street

Building Age: 42 Years

This station operates at a career service level. It has 4 career firefighters on duty at all times.

Station Statistics:

Type of Statistic

2015 (January to December)

2016 (January to December)

Number of Calls

521

610

The Fire Underwriters Survey (FUS) Ratings:

Type of Grade

Previous

New

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – In Hydrant Area (HPA)

1

1

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – Non Hydrant Area (FPA)

4

4

FUS Public Fire Protection Certification (PFPC)- In Hydrant Area (HPA)

4

    4

Station 4: Long Lake

Long Lake Fire Station

2069 Long Lake Road

Building Age: 39 Years

This station operates at a career service level. It has 4 career firefighters on duty at all times.

Station Statistics:

Type of Statistic

2015 (January to December)

2016 (January to December)

Number of Calls

596

590

The Fire Underwriters Survey (FUS) Ratings:

Type of Grade

Previous

New

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – In Hydrant Area (HPA)

3

1

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – Non Hydrant Area (FPA)

4

4

FUS Public Fire Protection Certification (PFPC)- In Hydrant Area (HPA)

4

    4

 

District  2

Station 5: Copper Cliff

Copper Cliff Fire Station

7 Serpentine

Building Age: 43 Years

This station's coverage area is serviced by career firefighters operating at a career service level supplemented by a volunteer station operating at a volunteer service level.

This station has a budget for 16 volunteer firefighters and currently has 11.

Station Statistics:

Type of Statistic

2015 (January to December)

2016 (January to December)

Number of Calls

14

12

Average Call Attendance*

26%

35%

Station Training Attendance**

43%

25%

*Average Call Attendance: the combined average attendance at incidents of the firefighters in the station. 

**Station Training Attendance: the combined average attendance at training of the firefighters in the station.

The Fire Underwriters Survey (FUS) Ratings :

Type of Grade

Previous

New

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – In Hydrant Area (HPA)

3A

3A

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – Non Hydrant Area (FPA)

N/A

4

FUS Public Fire Protection Certification (PFPC)- In Hydrant Area (HPA)

5

5

Station 6: Waters

Waters Fire Station.

25 Black Lake Road

Building Age: 47 Years

This station operates at a volunteer service level. Volunteer stations do not have career firefighters on duty, however career firefighters do respond to this area to supplement volunteer firefighters at structure fires and major incidents as well when there are no available volunteer firefighters in the area.

This station has a budget for 20 volunteer firefighters and currently has the full 20.

Station Statistics:

Type of Statistic

2015 (January to December)

2016 (January to December)

Number of Calls

82

87

Average Call Attendance*

25%

32%

Station Training Attendance**

37%

34%

*Average Call Attendance: the combined average attendance at incidents of the firefighters in the station. 

**Station Training Attendance: the combined average attendance at training of the firefighters in the station.

The Fire Underwriters Survey (FUS) Ratings:

Type of Grade

Previous

New

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – In Hydrant Area (HPA)

N/A

3A

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – Non Hydrant Area (FPA)

N/A

4

FUS Public Fire Protection Certification (PFPC)- In Hydrant Area (HPA)

6

5

Station 7: Lively

Lively Fire Station.

229 Ninth Street

Age of Building: 66 Years

This station operates at a volunteer service level. Volunteer stations do not have career firefighters on duty, however career firefighters do respond to this area to supplement volunteer firefighters at structure fires and major incidents as well when there are no available volunteer firefighters in the area.

This station has a budget for 18 volunteer firefighters and currently has 17.

Station Statistics:

Type of Statistic

2015 (January to December)

2016 (January to December)

Number of Calls

45

64

Average Call Attendance*

22%

32%

Station Training Attendance**

31%

41%

*Average Call Attendance: the combined average attendance at incidents of the firefighters in the station. 

**Station Training Attendance: the combined average attendance at training of the firefighters in the station.

The Fire Underwriters Survey (FUS) Ratings:

Type of Grade

Previous

New

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – In Hydrant Area (HPA)

N/A

3A

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – Non Hydrant Area (FPA)

N/A

4

FUS Public Fire Protection Certification (PFPC)- In Hydrant Area (HPA)

6

5

Station 8: Whitefish

Whitefish Fish Station

4895 Municipal Road 55

Age of Building: 37 Years

This station operates at a volunteer service level. Volunteer stations do not have career firefighters on duty, however career firefighters do respond to this area to supplement volunteer firefighters at structure fires and major incidents as well when there are no available volunteer firefighters in the area.

This station has a budget for 20 volunteer firefighters and currently has 19.

Station Statistics:

Type of Statistic

2015 (January to December)

2016 (January to December)

Number of Calls

35

47

Average Call Attendance*

23%

42%

Station Training Attendance**

17%

45%

*Average Call Attendance: the combined average attendance at incidents of the firefighters in the station. 

**Station Training Attendance: the combined average attendance at training of the firefighters in the station.

The Fire Underwriters Survey (FUS) Ratings:

Type of Grade

Previous

New

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – In Hydrant Area (HPA)

3A

3A

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – Non Hydrant Area (FPA)

3B

3B

FUS Public Fire Protection Certification (PFPC)- In Hydrant Area (HPA)

6

5

Station 9: Beaver Lake

Beaver Lake Fire Station

7535 Highway 17

Age of Building: 39 Years

This station operates at a volunteer service level. Volunteer stations do not have career firefighters on duty, however career firefighters do respond to this area to supplement volunteer firefighters at structure fires and major incidents as well when there are no available volunteer firefighters in the area.

This station has a budget for 10 volunteer firefighters and currently has 6.

Station Statistics:

Type of Statistic

2015 (January to December)

2016 (January to December)

Number of Calls

10

13

Average Call Attendance*

18%

71%

Station Training Attendance**

14%

42%

*Average Call Attendance: the combined average attendance at incidents of the firefighters in the station. 

**Station Training Attendance: the combined average attendance at training of the firefighters in the station.

The Fire Underwriters Survey (FUS) Ratings:

Type of Grade

Previous

New

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – Non Hydrant Area (FPA)

4

4

FUS Public Fire Protection Certification (PFPC)- In Hydrant Area (HPA)

9

9

District  3

Station 10: Azilda

Azilda Fire Station.

239 Montée Principale

Age of Building: 46 Years

This station operates at a volunteer service level. Volunteer stations do not have career firefighters on duty, however career firefighters do respond to this area to supplement volunteer firefighters at structure fires and major incidents as well when there are no available volunteer firefighters in the area.

This station has a budget for 18 volunteer firefighters and currently has the full 18.

Station Statistics:

Type of Statistic

2015 (January to December)

2016 (January to December)

Number of Calls

80

88

Average Call Attendance*

25%

37%

Station Training Attendance**

36%

36%

*Average Call Attendance: the combined average attendance at incidents of the firefighters in the station. 

**Station Training Attendance: the combined average attendance at training of the firefighters in the station.

The Fire Underwriters Survey (FUS) Ratings:

Type of Grade

Previous

New

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – In Hydrant Area (HPA)

2

3A

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – Non Hydrant Area (FPA)

3B

3B

FUS Public Fire Protection Certification (PFPC)- In Hydrant Area (HPA)

6

5

Station 11: Chelmsford

Chelmsford Fire Station.

3400 Highway 144

Age of Building: 46 Years

This station operates at a volunteer service level. Volunteer stations do not have career firefighters on duty, however career firefighters do respond to this area to supplement volunteer firefighters at structure fires and major incidents as well when there are no available volunteer firefighters in the area.

This station has a budget for 20 volunteer firefighters and currently has 24.

Station Statistics:

Type of Statistic

2015 (January to December)

2016 (January to December)

Number of Calls

127

125

Average Call Attendance*

32%

35%

Station Training Attendance**

36%

39%

*Average Call Attendance: the combined average attendance at incidents of the firefighters in the station. 

**Station Training Attendance: the combined average attendance at training of the firefighters in the station.

The Fire Underwriters Survey (FUS) Ratings:

Type of Grade

Previous

New

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – In Hydrant Area (HPA)

3

3A

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – Non Hydrant Area (FPA)

3B

3B

FUS Public Fire Protection Certification (PFPC)- In Hydrant Area (HPA)

6

5

Station 12: Dowling

Dowling Fire Station.

65 Highway 144

Age of Building: 51 Years

This station operates at a volunteer service level. Volunteer stations do not have career firefighters on duty, however career firefighters do respond to this area to supplement volunteer firefighters at structure fires and major incidents as well when there are no available volunteer firefighters in the area.

This station has a budget for 20 volunteer firefighters and currently has 13.

Station Statistics:

Type of Statistic

2015 (January to December)

2016 (January to December)

Number of Calls

94

108

Average Call Attendance*

21%

27%

Station Training Attendance**

29%

42%

*Average Call Attendance: the combined average attendance at incidents of the firefighters in the station. 

**Station Training Attendance: the combined average attendance at training of the firefighters in the station.

The Fire Underwriters Survey (FUS) Ratings:

Type of Grade

Previous

New

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – In Hydrant Area (HPA)

3A

3A

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – Non Hydrant Area (FPA)

3B

3B

FUS Public Fire Protection Certification (PFPC)- In Hydrant Area (HPA)

6

5

Station 13: Vermillion

Vermillion Fire Station.

2214 Vermillion Lake Road

Age of Building: 51 Years

This station operates at a volunteer service level. Volunteer stations do not have career firefighters on duty, however career firefighters do respond to this area to supplement volunteer firefighters at structure fires and major incidents as well when there are no available volunteer firefighters in the area.

This station has a budget for 10 volunteer firefighters and currently has 8.

Station Statistics:

Type of Statistic

2015 (January to December)

2016 (January to December)

Number of Calls

0

1

Average Call Attendance*

0%

25%

Station Training Attendance**

23%

19%

*Average Call Attendance: the combined average attendance at incidents of the firefighters in the station. 

**Station Training Attendance: the combined average attendance at training of the firefighters in the station.

The Fire Underwriters Survey (FUS) Ratings:

Type of Grade

Previous

New

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – Non Hydrant Area (FPA)

4

4

FUS Public Fire Protection Certification (PFPC)- In Hydrant Area (HPA)

9

9

Station 14: Levack

Levack Fire Station.

50 Nickel Street

Age of Building: 41 Years

This station operates at a volunteer service level. Volunteer stations do not have career firefighters on duty, however career firefighters do respond to this area to supplement volunteer firefighters at structure fires and major incidents as well when there are no available volunteer firefighters in the area.

This station has a budget for 20 volunteer firefighters and currently has 15.

Station Statistics:

Type of Statistic

2015 (January to December)

2016 (January to December)

Number of Calls

38

52

Average Call Attendance*

24%

37%

Station Training Attendance**

35%

39%

*Average Call Attendance: the combined average attendance at incidents of the firefighters in the station. 

**Station Training Attendance: the combined average attendance at training of the firefighters in the station.

The Fire Underwriters Survey (FUS) Ratings:

Type of Grade

Previous

New

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – In Hydrant Area (HPA)

2

3A

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – Non Hydrant Area (FPA)

4

4

FUS Public Fire Protection Certification (PFPC)- In Hydrant Area (HPA)

5

5

District  4

Station 15: Val Caron

Val Caron Fire Station.

3064 Leduc Street

Age of Building: 31 Years

This station operates at a volunteer service level. Volunteer stations do not have career firefighters on duty, however career firefighters do respond to this area to supplement volunteer firefighters at structure fires and major incidents as well when there are no available volunteer firefighters in the area.

This station has a budget for 18 volunteer firefighters and currently has 14.

Station Statistics:

Type of Statistic

2015 (January to December)

2016 (January to December)

Number of Calls

49

28

Average Call Attendance*

16%

5%

Station Training Attendance**

22%

32%

*Average Call Attendance: the combined average attendance at incidents of the firefighters in the station. 

**Station Training Attendance: the combined average attendance at training of the firefighters in the station.

The Fire Underwriters Survey (FUS) Ratings:

Type of Grade

Previous

New

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – In Hydrant Area (HPA)

3A

3A

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – Non Hydrant Area (FPA)

3B

3B

FUS Public Fire Protection Certification (PFPC)- In Hydrant Area (HPA)

6

5

Station 16: Val Therese

Val Therese Fire Station.

4200 Highway 69

Age of Building: 31 Years

This station operates at a composite service level. There are 2 career firefighters on duty at all times, and the volunteer firefighters assigned to this station report to the station when they are paged for an incident.

This station has a budget for 18 volunteer firefighters and currently has 19.

Station Statistics:

Type of Statistic

2015 (January to December)

2016 (January to December)

Number of Calls*

321

385

Average Call Attendance**

43%

42%

Station Training Attendance***

49%

35%

*Number of Calls:  Station 16 is a composite station and the total number of calls includes both full-time and volunteer incidents.

**Average Call Attendance: the combined average attendance at incidents of the firefighters in the station. 

***Station Training Attendance: the combined average attendance at training of the firefighters in the station.

The Fire Underwriters Survey (FUS) Ratings:

Type of Grade

Previous

New

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – In Hydrant Area (HPA)

2

2

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – Non Hydrant Area (FPA)

3B

4

FUS Public Fire Protection Certification (PFPC)- In Hydrant Area (HPA)

6

4

Station 17: Hanmer

Hanmer Fire Station.

4680 Lafontaine Street

Age of Building: 51 Years

This station operates at a volunteer service level. Volunteer stations do not have career firefighters on duty, however career firefighters do respond to this area to supplement volunteer firefighters at structure fires and major incidents as well when there are no available volunteer firefighters in the area.

This station has a budget for 18 volunteer firefighters and currently has 16.

Station Statistics:

Type of Statistic

2015 (January to December)

2016 (January to December)

Number of Calls

32

29

Average Call Attendance*

13%

14%

Station Training Attendance**

27%

35%

*Average Call Attendance: the combined average attendance at incidents of the firefighters in the station. 

**Station Training Attendance: the combined average attendance at training of the firefighters in the station.

The Fire Underwriters Survey (FUS) Ratings:

Type of Grade

Previous

New

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – In Hydrant Area (HPA)

3A

3A

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – Non Hydrant Area (FPA)

3B

3B

FUS Public Fire Protection Certification (PFPC)- In Hydrant Area (HPA)

6

4

Station 18: Capreol

Capreol Fire Station.

65 Railway Street

Age of Building: 41 Years

This station operates at a volunteer service level. Volunteer stations do not have career firefighters on duty, however career firefighters do respond to this area to supplement volunteer firefighters at structure fires and major incidents as well when there are no available volunteer firefighters in the area.

This station has a budget for 20 volunteer firefighters and currently has 15.

Station Statistics:

Type of Statistic

2015 (January to December)

2016 (January to December)

Number of Calls

66

45

Average Call Attendance*

31%

43%

Station Training Attendance**

56%

46%

*Average Call Attendance: the combined average attendance at incidents of the firefighters in the station. 

**Station Training Attendance: the combined average attendance at training of the firefighters in the station.

The Fire Underwriters Survey (FUS) Ratings:

Type of Grade

Previous

New

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – In Hydrant Area (HPA)

3A

3A

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – Non Hydrant Area (FPA)

3B

4

FUS Public Fire Protection Certification (PFPC)- In Hydrant Area (HPA)

6

5

Station 19: Capreol 2

Station 19 was a second fire station in Capreol. It is no longer in service.

District  5

Station 20: Garson

Garson Fire Station

206 Church Street

Age of Building: 51 Years

This station operates at a volunteer service level. Volunteer stations do not have career firefighters on duty, however career firefighters do respond to this area to supplement volunteer firefighters at structure fires and major incidents as well when there are no available volunteer firefighters in the area.

This station has a budget for 20 volunteer firefighters and currently has 17.

Station Statistics:

Type of Statistic

2015 (January to December)

2016 (January to December)

Number of Calls

112

118

Average Call Attendance*

22%

32%

Station Training Attendance**

32%

49%

*Average Call Attendance: the combined average attendance at incidents of the firefighters in the station. 

**Station Training Attendance: the combined average attendance at training of the firefighters in the station.

The Fire Underwriters Survey (FUS) Ratings:

Type of Grade

Previous

New

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – In Hydrant Area (HPA)

3A

3A

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – Non Hydrant Area (FPA)

4

4

FUS Public Fire Protection Certification (PFPC)- In Hydrant Area (HPA)

6

4

Station 21: Falconbridge

Falconbridge Fire Station.

21 Edison Road

Age of Building: 51 Years

This station operates at a volunteer service level. Volunteer stations do not have career firefighters on duty, however career firefighters do respond to this area to supplement volunteer firefighters at structure fires and major incidents as well when there are no available volunteer firefighters in the area.

This station has a budget for 16 volunteer firefighters and currently has 11.

Station Statistics:

Type of Statistic

2015 (January to December)

2016 (January to December)

Number of Calls

11

11

Average Call Attendance*

30%

42%

Station Training Attendance**

56%

39%

*Average Call Attendance: the combined average attendance at incidents of the firefighters in the station. 

**Station Training Attendance: the combined average attendance at training of the firefighters in the station.

The Fire Underwriters Survey (FUS) Ratings:

Type of Grade

Previous

New

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – In Hydrant Area (HPA)

3A

5

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – Non Hydrant Area (FPA)

4

5

FUS Public Fire Protection Certification (PFPC)- In Hydrant Area (HPA)

4

7P

Station 22: Skead

Skead Fire Station.

20 MacLennan Drive

Age of Building: 41 Years

This station operates at a volunteer service level. Volunteer stations do not have career firefighters on duty, however career firefighters do respond to this area to supplement volunteer firefighters at structure fires and major incidents as well when there are no available volunteer firefighters in the area.

This station has a budget for 20 volunteer firefighters and currently has 13.

Station Statistics:

Type of Statistic

2015 (January to December)

2016 (January to December)

Number of Calls

15

15

Average Call Attendance*

42%

37%

Station Training Attendance**

40%

37%

*Average Call Attendance: the combined average attendance at incidents of the firefighters in the station. 

**Station Training Attendance: the combined average attendance at training of the firefighters in the station.

The Fire Underwriters Survey (FUS) Ratings:

Type of Grade

Previous

New

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – Non Hydrant Area (FPA)

4

4

FUS Public Fire Protection Certification (PFPC)- In Hydrant Area (HPA)

9

9

Station 23: Coniston

Coniston Fire Station.

7 Second Avenue

Age of Building: 61 Years

This station operates at a volunteer service level. Volunteer stations do not have career firefighters on duty, however career firefighters do respond to this area to supplement volunteer firefighters at structure fires and major incidents as well when there are no available volunteer firefighters in the area.

This station has a budget for 20 volunteer firefighters and currently has 16.

Station Statistics:

Type of Statistic

2015 (January to December)

2016 (January to December)

Number of Calls

32

43

Average Call Attendance*

37%

45%

Station Training Attendance**

44%

38%

*Average Call Attendance: the combined average attendance at incidents of the firefighters in the station. 

**Station Training Attendance: the combined average attendance at training of the firefighters in the station.

The Fire Underwriters Survey (FUS) Ratings:

Type of Grade

Previous

New

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – In Hydrant Area (HPA)

3A

3A

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – Non Hydrant Area (FPA)

4

4

FUS Public Fire Protection Certification (PFPC)- In Hydrant Area (HPA)

6

6

Station 24: Wahnapitae

Wahnapitae Fire Station.

162 Hill Street

Age of Building: 41 Years

This station operates at a volunteer service level. Volunteer stations do not have career firefighters on duty, however career firefighters do respond to this area to supplement volunteer firefighters at structure fires and major incidents as well when there are no available volunteer firefighters in the area.

This station has a budget for 18 volunteer firefighters and currently has 15.

Station Statistics:

Type of Statistic

2015 (January to December)

2016 (January to December)

Number of Calls

27

31

Average Call Attendance*

23%

36%

Station Training Attendance**

34%

27%

*Average Call Attendance: the combined average attendance at incidents of the firefighters in the station. 

**Station Training Attendance: the combined average attendance at training of the firefighters in the station.

The Fire Underwriters Survey (FUS) Ratings:

Type of Grade

Previous

New

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – In Hydrant Area (HPA)

3A

3A

FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – Non Hydrant Area (FPA)

4

4

FUS Public Fire Protection Certification (PFPC)- In Hydrant Area (HPA)

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Station 25: Red Deer Lake

566 Red Deer Lake Road

Building Age: 41 Years

The building at Station 25 is currently not in service; however volunteers continue to provide fire services along with Station 24. It operates at a volunteer service level and does not have career firefighters on duty, however career firefighters do respond to this area to supplement volunteer firefighters for structure fires and major incidents.

This station has a budget for 10 volunteer firefighters and currently has 6. The volunteers from this station are co-dispatched with Station 24: Wahnapitae. See Station 24 for attendance and training statistics.

The Fire Underwriters Survey (FUS) Ratings:                                 

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FUS Dwelling Protection Grade (DPG) – Non Hydrant Area (FPA)

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FUS Public Fire Protection Certification (PFPC)- In Hydrant Area (HPA)

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