Operational Fire Members aged 18 and over participate in fire and rescue activities of the department including fire suppression personnel, rescue personnel, fire police, emergency medical technicians and responders, and apparatus drivers.
No experience is necessary and we offer free training. As our volunteers are “on-call” 24/7, we offer two different ways to respond. When an emergency call comes in:
Social Membership is for adults who are unable to, or do not wish to, participate in fire and rescue activities of the department. They may hold administrative positions, assist with fundraising, and participate in assisting operational members.
These members include administrative and fundraising personnel, canteen members, and members who have retired from operational member status.
The Junior Firefighter program is our youth program for young adults age 14-17 that offers an excellent opportunity to learn teamwork skills and mature into responsible and contributing community-focused adults.
Junior Fire members must have completed the eighth grade in school, be at least fourteen (14) years of age, and must also provide a School Work Permit and parental permission to participate.