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Trained. Equipped. Driven. Lac Ste. Anne County Fire Services.

Fire Mast

Lac Ste. Anne County Fire Services proudly serves our growing and vibrant County with a composite fire suppression model made up of full-time, part-time, and volunteer members. Every member is a dedicated, highly-trained professional with an exceptional level of competency, who places a high value on the services provided to our residents, friends, and municipal neighbours.

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?

Fire Guardians

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.

Join the Force

Becoming a Volunteer Firefighter with Lac Ste. Anne County Fire Services means choosing a path that is both highly challenging and exceptionally rewarding.

Fire Services News

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.

Fire Permits

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.

What does it Take to be a Volunteer Firefighter?


    A Canadian Drivers License with acceptable drivers abstract

    Minimum 18 years of age, 16 years for Cadet Program

    Ability to understand and communicate in English (written and oral)

    Physically able to perform tasks/duties of the job

    Able to commit to training and respond to emergency calls

    Live and/or work in the response area

    No conviction of a criminal offense related to the job duties of a firefighter

    Work as part of a team to respond to a variety of emergency situations

    Protect citizens in times of crisis

    Perform the duties of emergency responder, fire suppression, and public education as assigned

    Learn the skills of an emergency responder

    Respond to a broad range of emergency situations

    Provide pre-hospital care for victims

    Be a community role model

    Responsible for upgrading and maintaining skills/knowledge and physical requirements

    Maintain fire station and firefighting equipment

    Fast-paced and diverse



    Character building

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Train for free with some of the best. Become a volunteer firefighter with LSACFS.


Quarterly LSACFS Statistics to September 30, 2019










Mutual Aid


Aid provisions


During this period there wasa total of 408 responses. The average total response time from all stations within 3005 square kilometers is 17.75 minutes from 911 call received to incident location.

Mutual Aid Agreements

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About the County

Lac Ste. Anne County is a governing body in central Alberta, Canada. Its administrative office is located at 56521, Range Road 65, Lac Ste. Anne County, near the Hamlet of Sangudo — about an hour's drive west of Edmonton. Founded in 1944, Lac Ste. Anne County's namesake comes from its largest and most historically significant body of water, Lac Ste. Anne. // MORE

Contact Information

  Box 219, Sangudo AB T0E 2A0
 lsac (@)
 (780) 785-3411
 (780) 785-2359