Quarterly LSACFS Statistics
Mutual Aid Requests
LSACFS currently has just over 100 Firefighters on our roster, accompanied by two full-time staff, being the County Fire Chief and Deputy County Fire Chief. This number has remained steady over the past few years, but with the economy, we have seen many of our members leave to find full-time employment. This loss is not something that only Lac Ste. Anne County is facing; this is an issue throughout the province of Alberta.
At Lac Ste. Anne County Fire Services, we're actively recruiting across our communities for new Firefighters to join our ranks. Are you up for the challenge?
Contact your local County Fire Guardian to learn where to build burn piles, how big and how far apart to build them, and the best conditions for burning.
Becoming a Volunteer Firefighter with Lac Ste. Anne County Fire Services means choosing a path that is both highly challenging and exceptionally rewarding.
Get the latest County Fire Services news, views and information, and discover the simple things you can do to keep your family safe and sound.
Please note that at any time of the year, a Fire Permit must be obtained from your local Fire Guardian for any burning you would like to do.
Lac Ste. Anne County Fire Services is asking all area residents to check their winter burn piles regularly...
Lac Ste. Anne County, in collaboration with the Town of Mayerthorpe and the Kinettes Kin Club of Mayerthor...
Three Lac Ste. Anne County Fire Services were promoted up the ranks during 2016, in recognition of their y...
Lac Ste. Anne County Council today signed a fire services mutual aid agreement with the Town of Onoway. Th...
Lac Ste. Anne County wishes to congratulate Randy Schroeder, County Fire Chief / District Fire Chief for D...