In case of an emergency, dial '911'.
Leduc County Fire Services ensures fire and rescue services are available for all residents within Leduc County. The County employs a full-time Fire Chief, two Deputy Fire Chiefs, a Fleet & Equipment Maintenance Co-ordinator, a Co-ordinator of Volunteer Services and an Administrative Assistant.
First Station No 1
606 21 Avenue
Nisku, Alberta, T9E 7Y1
Fire Chief, Bob Galloway
Ph: (780) 955-0799
Fire Station No 2
Ph: (780) 941-3911
Village of Warburg Fire Detatchment
Ph: (780) 848-2311
Town of Calmar Fire Detatchment:
5007 49 Street
Ph: (780) 985-3604
Fire Station No 1 is located in the Nisku Business and Industrial Park and serves an area of about 120 sq miles including the Park and Edmonton International Airport. Thirty four part-time on call firefighters are based at this station along with two pumper trucks, one 75’ aerial/pumper, one rescue truck, one mini-pumper and one 2,300 gl water tanker. In addition, a mobile command / communications unit and three service trucks are based at this station.
Fire Station No. 2 is located in the Village of New Sarepta and serves the Village along with 180 sq miles of predominantly rural farming and residential areas. Fifteen part-time on call firefighters, under the direction of a District Chief, are based at this station along with a pumper truck, mini-pumper and 1,000 gl water tanker. This four bay fire station is currently being expanded to include a larger classroom, storage rooms and a hose tower. The County and the Village share costs to operate this station.
Leduc County shares costs with the Village of Warburg to supply fire and rescue services to the western portion of the County. A pumper truck, rescue truck, mini pumper and tanker truck are located in the six bay Warburg Fire Station.
Leduc County also shares costs with the Town of Calmar to supply fire and rescue services to the central portion of the County. A County pumper truck and tanker truck are in service in the Calmar Fire Station.
A new Thorsby & District fire station was constructed by the Village of Thorsby and Leduc County in 2004. The County has two pumper trucks, a mini-pumper and a water tanker in this station and Village firefighters provide emergency response in the rural area around the Village.
Similarly, a County pumper truck and tanker are located in the City of Leduc Fire Station. Through a contractual agreement, City firefighters provide fire and rescue services to a rural area within the County.
Ambulance services are provided by Parkland Ambulance Authority, a highly skilled and dedicated ambulance service provider in our region. Leduc County has mutual aid agreements with surrounding municipalities.
Parkland Ambulance Authority
2700 48 Street
Stony Plain, Alberta, T7Z 2Y1
Ph: (780) 963-4330
Doug Atchison, Senior Constable
Ph: (780) 955-5005