Beaumont Fire Services
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Fire Bans & Restrictions
Information on Fire Bans, Restrictions, and fire pit information.
- Fire Bans & Restrictions
The Beaumont Fire Department aims to prevent the devastating effects of fires through Fire Prevention. It is the first step in protecting the lives and property of our community. Public education, home and business inspections, code enforcement, and preventative measures are all aspects of Fire Prevention; it is truly our first response against fires. Fire Prevention is deeply integrated with community businesses, developers, contractors, owners, the Alberta Fire and Building Codes, and Fire Operations (the responding firefighters).
Fire Hall Tours
Book Station tours and visits
Beaumont, Alberta's emergency preparedness and resources to help you build your own personal 72 hours emergency preparedness kit for you and your family.
Effect planning and practice can make the difference between a small misfortune and a disaster. Fire can spread quickly throughout a home, quickly covering a room in dense smoke and giving you as little as 2 minutes to get out safely.
Smoke Alarms are a critical part of Fire Prevention and one of the easiest ways help protect yourself from a devastating fire in your home. A home owner MUST have at least one smoke alarm installed on each level. It is RECOMMENDED that there also be a smoke alarm in each bedroom. Aside from kitchen fires, bedroom fires account for the second highest cause of fire deaths in the home. Placing smoke alarms in your bedrooms as well as hallways could increase a family’s escape time by 15 minutes.
- Fire Hall Tours
The purpose of completing a Fire Service Excellence Review is to create a document that will assist an organization in its endeavours towards meeting both the present and future needs of residents, business and visitors to a community. Over recent months, Emergency Management & Training Inc. conducted a detailed review of the City of Beaumont’s Fire Service. The completed review, which was delivered to Council on November 27th, 2018, provided sixteen recommendations for consideration over the span of the next five, ten and twenty years. Our Fire Service Excellence Review will be used to support the development of the framework for fire service delivery in the community of Beaumont.