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Ambulance, Fire and Emergencies
Red Deer Emergency Services uses different vehicles to perform different tasks. Learn more about our ambulances and airboats...
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.
The City of Red Deer Dangerous Goods Route Bylaw restricts vehicles transporting dangerous goods within city limits.
The Emergency Management Program provides coordination, leadership and expertise regarding emergency mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery.
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.
Red Deer Emergency Services has five stations located throughout the City of Red Deer to meet the needs of its citizens.
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.