Ambulance, Fire and Emergencies

911 Dispatch workers

911 Information

Call 911 for emergencies. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. When do I call 911?

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Ambulance

Learn about Red Deer's ambulance services.

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Careers with Us

Considering a career in emergency services? Find an overview of the recruitment process, training programs, and more to help you determine if this is the career for you.

Fire Extinguisher Trainee putting out a fire

Fire and Injury Prevention

Fire and Injury Prevention involves the prevention of property loss and injury through public education, inspection, and enforcement of the Fire Code and investigation of fire incidents.

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Fire Station Locations

Red Deer Emergency Services has five stations located throughout the City of Red Deer to meet the needs of its citizens.

Fire Station Number 4

Book a Firehall Tour

Students, clubs, and associations are invited to book a tour of any of our stations to learn about safety and see vehicles that are used to help keep you and your community safe.

News & Notices

Final quarter crime statistics...

February 23, 2017

Red Deer’s 2016 crime statistics, coupled with an update on the 2016-2017 Annual Policing Plan (APP), show a slight decrease in persons crimes, while property crimes continue to drive the overall increase in Criminal Code offenses...

Call for nominations for Mayor’s ...

February 21, 2017

There is only one week left to nominate someone for a Mayor’s Recognition Award, which celebrates outstanding contributions to our community.

Council approves utility rate changes

February 21, 2017

At this evening’s regular Council Meeting, Council passed Third Reading of changes to the Utility Bylaw that will see rate changes effective March 1, 2017.