A world class leader in building safe and healthy communities
Vancouver Fire Rescue Services is committed to the health and safety of our staff and the community, and will enhance awareness through education and involvement while providing world class fire and rescue services.
In addition to fire suppression, we provide pre-hospital care, vehicle rescue, marine response, hazardous materials response, technical rescue, and many other emergency services in Vancouver.
We work to create safe communities through public education for all ages, fire prevention and inspection services, and by working closely with partner agencies and community groups.
Get the requirements for becoming a firefighter and find out about training programs.
Get a building lockbox permit and fire sprinkler inspection to minimize fire-related risks in your home.
Learn about home fire safety, request a free home safety check, take a fire extinguisher course, and more.
Request a fire truck at your event, book a fire hall tour to learn about fire and life safety, and learn about our charity work.
Order an incident report online about a fire, vehicle accident, or other emergency where Vancouver Fire and Rescue Services responded.
This strategic plan represents the goals and strategic initiatives for a department shifting from being reactive to being proactive.
Take intensive training and volunteer with the Neighbourhood Emergency Assistance Team (NEAT) to support first responders during disasters.
If you've taken a course with us, seen us in action, or just want to send comments about our service, use this form.
Health and safety courses and clinics
Earn your CPR and First Aid certification through courses taught by professional firefighters. Sign yourself or a group up for training.
Have your blood pressure checked at public health and safety awareness clinics conducted by professional firefighters.
Request a group workshop to learn about fire safety and how to use fire extinguishers from working firefighters.