Fire and Rescue

In an emergency call 911.

Kitimat Fire and Ambulance Service has a diverse compliment of twenty four dedicated professional members.

Core services include fire, rescue and paramedic duties complimented by fire prevention and education.

Fire

We respond to a variety of calls including residential, commercial and industrial fires.

About 350 fire related calls are received per year.

National Fire Protection Association

Office of the Fire Commissioner

Technical Rescue and Specialty Response

Members respond to a number of technical rescue and specialty response calls within the District of Kitimat as well as outside the boundaries, including:

  • motor vehicle extrication
  • high angle rescue
  • confined space rescue
  • hazardous space rescue
  • hazardous material response

Wildfires

Report wildfires:

1-800-663-5555 or *5555 on your cell phone

BC Wildfire Status

Fire Prevention

BC Fire Code Enforcement
Information to come.
Backyard Fire Pit
Before you light up your backyard fire pit, read over the pamphlet to ensure you know the regulations. Backyard Fire Pit Pamphlet 
Fire Inspections - Commercial and Industrial
Information to come.
Fire Investigations
Information to come.
Fire Safety Information

Our fire prevention services include:

  • commercial inspections
  • fire code enforcement
  • fire safety week
  • smoke detector initiatives
  • home inspections
  • cooperative training efforts with local industry
  • fire investigations

Carbon Monoxide Safety

Home Escape Plan

Fire Exit Drills in the Home

Home Smoke Alarms

Natural Gas Safety

Portable Fire Extinguishers

Wildland Interface Home

Fireworks

Before you set off those fireworks in Kitimat be aware of the regulations and safety precautions.

Sales of fireworks and discharge of fireworks are restricted to the dates specified. 

Fireworks Regulations and Safety Information

Open Burning

The following items are not permitted to be burned in open fires within Kitimat city limits:

  • Rubbish
  • Garden refuse
  • Plastics
  • Any materials that will result in the production of dense, black smoke including:
  • Insulation from electrical wiring or equipment
  • Asphalt roofing materials
  • Hydrocarbons, plastics, rubber materials or creosoted wood
  • Any material which will generate a foul odor
  • Any material classified as a dangerous good 
Plan Review
Information to come.

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