Fire Services

Off-Highway Vehicle Restrictions

Continuing dry and windy conditions in most of Alberta have increased the danger of wildfires. Fire bans and off-highway vehicle restrictions are now in place for central and northern areas of the province.

Effective June 10, 2019 The City of Leduc Fire Restriction has been cancelled

Thank you to citizens for your cooperation during the restriction

Leduc Fire: will you know what to do in case of an emergency?

Emergency Preparedness Week May 5 – 11 will highlight important safety tips

Fire Services introduces new public safety tool for city hydrants

Spring fire hydrant inspections commence May 1, 2019

Leduc Fire Services: Don’t start a fire by putting one out

Smoking materials and potted plants don’t mix

Leduc Fire seeks input from those involved in EMS incidents

Survey designed to gather feedback on local EMS service delivery and patient care

Leduc Fire thanks citizens as they reach significant milestone

Citizen feedback integral part of achieving national accreditation with a 98% score

Wildfire season triggers important message from Leduc Fire

Human activity continues to be the leading cause of wildfire in Canada

Leduc Mayor issues statement on workplace death in the City of Leduc

Leduc Mayor Bob Young comments on the situation

Be in the know: infants and children are at higher risk for burns

Community awareness is a focus of Leduc Fire Services to help parents/caregivers

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