Fire Services

Older adults at greater risk of being killed or injured due to fire

Leduc Fire Services offers tips to help safeguard older adults in their home

Avoid property loss this summer: make fire-smart choices

Leduc Fire Services reminds residents to safely dispose of smoking material

Local resident celebrates anniversary of successful resuscitation with Leduc Fire Services

Story of one resident's first-hand experience with Leduc's first responders

Fire advisory in effect as of May 7

Open air burning not permitted until further notice

Leduc Fire askes citizens to ‘Be Emergency Ready’ May 6-12

During a disaster, do citizens know what to do to assist relief efforts?

Carbon monoxide poisoning can strike anytime: be prepared

Leduc Fire offers proactive tips to prevent citizens falling victim to this silent killer

New UofA partnership works to increase safety along Highway 2

Reducing motorists speeding is a life-saving priority in Leduc

Leduc Fire looks to ignite public awareness on wildlife safety

In 2017, more than 1,200 wildfires burned throughout the province

How we can help Leduc business owners

Leduc Fire has developed a great resource – Emergency Management for Business

Reduce the risk: unplug small appliances when not in use

Leduc Fire offers helpful household tips to reduce fire risks within the home

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