Volunteer firefighters provide fire protection services for Lamont County from five different fire halls. The fire halls in Andrew, Bruderheim, Chipman, Lamont, and Mundare are contracted to provide fire protection services to Lamont County residents and each hall has their own district. To find out which fire district you reside in, check the Fire Districts Map.
In 2007, our volunteers responded to 139 calls for fires, motor vehicle incidents, and for situations requiring medical assistance. We would like to thank these volunteers for making a difference in our community. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please contact the municipality in your fire district.
There is no burning of brush piles in Lamont County between April 1st and October 31st as per Lamont County Policy #4135.
Download the Lamont County fire permit application here.
Fire permits are required for any type of burn year round. Fire permits are no charge and can be issued from Andrew, Bruderheim, Lamont, and Mundare administration offices. Some important things to remember about your fire permit:
- First call the Lamont County Fire Advisory Line at 780-895-7674 listen for information on current fire ban status.
- Read the section of the permit relating to wind conditions and the phone number for the weather station.
- It is strongly recommended that you have fire insurance.
- Read both sides of the permit; side1 has regulations and side 2 has the bylaws & conditions.
- If you do not obtain a fire permit and the fire department responds to a report of a fire on your property, even if your burn is contained, you will be responsible for the costs associated with the dispatching of the fire units to your property.
To find out about fire bans in your area, contact the County Office or visit www.albertafirebans.ca
Firefighting Cost Recovery
For information on the charges related to Fire Response Services, please review Fire Billing Policy #4130.
In case of emergency, ALWAYS dial 9-1-1