Residential fire safety information is available from the Office of the Fire Commissioner – click HERE.
Yes. Fireworks are regulated under Bylaw 2010-17. An information and application package is available HERE. Fees are charged for a permit to allow the Storage, Display and Sale of Fireworks.
Firefighters are trained to NFPA 1001: Standard for Fire Fighter Professional Qualifications.
The Westlock Fire Department is trained and equipped to provide:
- Structural, ground cover and vehicle fire suppression,
- Dangerous Goods response,
- Vehicle and Surface Ice Rescue,
- Fire Inspection and Investigation Services
- Fire station tours and fire safety education.
We are currently recruiting for volunteer firefighters. An information and application package can be found HERE. How can I become a volunteer firefighter?
Open fires are not permitted in residential areas. An information and application package for a Fire permit can be found HERE.
Yes. Fire pits must meet the requirements of Fire Prevention Bylaw 2015-07. An information and application package is available HERE. There is a 1-time fee of $25.00 for a residential fire pit permit.
Westlock County provides Fire Services outside the corporate boundaries of Town of Westlock. Their information can be found HERE.
Fire suppression services, medical first-response, fire station tours and fire safety education is provided through municipal taxes.
Bylaw 2016-08 allows for fees to be charged for responses to vehicle collisions, false alarms, spills or leaks of dangerous goods, and commercial fire inspection services.