Meadow Lake Fire & Rescue provides emergency response services to the City of Meadow Lake and surrounding communities including Flying Dust First Nation, the Rural Municipality of Meadow Lake, Dorintosh, Eagles Lake First Nation, the resort Village of Turtle View, parts of the Meadow Lake Provincial Park, and all highways within an approximate 90km radius.
As an all-hazards service, we respond to emergencies of nearly all kinds such as structure fires, farmland fires, vehicle accidents, industrial incidents and ice rescue.
We work toward the prevention of fires and other emergencies through fire safety inspections of businesses and public spaces and educational programs aimed at reducing fire hazards in homes, schools and and workplaces. We aim to help residents be better prepared to handle emergencies when they do happen.
Fire Department members pride themselves on providing professional, competent services for the benefit of the public. Training is extensive and ongoing. Being a firefighter is a commitment!
Safeguarding our community through education, prevention and emergency response.
We are a paid-on-call ("volunteer") fire department that delivers quality fire and rescue services with a high standard of integrity and professionalism.
- Safeguarding the well-being of the public
- Continuous learning and development
- Cost effectiveness
- Creativity and innovation
- Excellence in customer service
- Empowerment, inclusiveness and progressiveness
The Fire Department is regulated by the Fire Services and Fire Safety Bylaw of the City of Meadow Lake and by the Fire Safety Act and Regulations of Saskatchewan.
Please explore the sections in this website to learn more about the Meadow Lake Fire Department!
Membership and Training