Join the Banff Fire Department for a free pancake breakfast and open house on Saturday, October 12 from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Tour the facility, meet Sparky the Fire Dog, and watch as firefighters demonstrate a vehicle extrication. There will be plenty activities for kids (including our very popular maze) at this family friendly event.
This open house is being held to recognize Fire Prevention Week. Please bring your own plates and cutlery to cut down on waste.
Banff's Fire Department
Banff's Fire Department is made up of 26 volunteer and three full-time members. The department is equipped with 1,500 and 1,050 GPM (gallons per minute) pumpers, a rescue truck, a 75 foot aerial ladder truck and the "Jaws of Life."
Donate your unwanted vehicle to the Banff Fire Department so it can be used for training purposes. Firefighters use old cars to practice extrication, patient care and stabilization. To donate your vehicle, call the fire department at 403.762.1256. A charitable tax receipt of $300 is available. The department is unable to accept large, commercial-sized vehicles.
The Fire Department:
Coordinates 911 emergency dispatch services within Banff National Park
Coordinates emergency services and emergency preparedness within the Town of Banff
Manages public education during National Fire Prevention Week
Handles fire safety and structural fire prevention