Vancouver fire halls

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Vancouver is home to 20 fire halls, strategically located around the City. Find your closest fire hall's address and phone number on the map below.

To arrange a visit for your community or school group, contact the fire hall at least four weeks in advance and speak with the captain on duty.

Vancouver fire halls map

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Important notes about fire hall tours

  • During a tour, one adult is expected to supervise every five children. An adult group leader counts toward one of the supervisors.
  • We don't hold birthday parties at fire halls. You may arrange a fire hall tour as one of the activities before or after a party you're hosting elsewhere.
  • Tours are subject to availability and may be interrupted by alarms. If an alarm interrupts a tour, visitors must immediately leave the building. Visitors may wait outside the fire hall for the trucks to return. In most cases, you will need to book a tour for a later date.
  • At the fire hall, your group will be given activities to work through at home.
  • For a list of fire safety skills we teach, visit the fire safety course information page.

Fire safety course information

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Last modified: Wed, 25 Feb 2015 13:41:26