Update: June 11 - June 17, 2018


Fire Services Update

The Lesser Slave River Regional Fire Service is committed to protecting life, property and the environment from fire, hazardous materials, natural disasters and other emergencies. As such, the department issues a weekly report on all investigations, fire prevention activities and other Fire Services news of importance to the residents of the Lesser Slave River region.

If you have any specific questions or concerns related to these updates, please contact Regional Chief of Lesser Slave Lake Fire Services Jamie Coutts.

  • 4 MVA’s- HWY 2 & HWY 44, TWP 660 RD 13, HWY 88 .5 KM North SL and HWY 2 3 KM West
  • 6-Other- Pole Fires -1315 Southshore DR, 927 Southshore Dr West, HWY 2 23 KM West SL, 222 Turner Estates RD, HWY 2 & Bayer Road & TWP RD 660 & HWY 44
  • 4 Duty Officer – 1294 Southshore DR , Caribou Trail, 1201 Main ST SE, 1294 Southshore Drive E
  • 1-Rescue- 1551 Main ST
  • 1-Vehicle Fire HWY 44 & TWP RD 674

  • assisted with various flooding issues around TOSL and MD 124
  • worked on minor repairs on misc. equipment
  • assisted with fishing tournament
  • worked on live fire training center installing sign posts

  • assisted with flood issues, then moved to operations when EOC opened at fire hall
  • helped with clean up around fire hall after storm
  • deployed and picked up various barriers and signs during the week during highway closures
  • worked in training center yard, ongoing projects
  • assisted with tabulation of hours of LSRFS members during storm
  • assisted with Anglers cup fishing tournament

  • Meetings with MD SITREP’s regarding the SOLE (State of local Emergency)
  • gathered some parade supplies to Flatbush for Flatbush Festival
  • Helped with Fishing Tournament
  • Mitsue Fire hall visit
  • Dried out and reorganized Smith first aid kit
  • Gathered time work by Volunteers during the flooding

  • SAR –Skill Assessments
  • Hall 1 practice cancelled due to recent storm activity
  • MD practices cancelled due to storm

  • Flood response – Evacuated Eating Creek & Sand bagged Marten River
  • Cut and chipped downed trees in MD & TOSL from storm
  • Meet with OFC WUI Coordinator regarding AB WUI program development
  • NLC Course development and Skill sessions
  • Assisted with Fishing Tournament

MD of Lesser Slave River

Just a few hours due north of Edmonton, Lesser Slave River is a truly unique place to live, work and play. From breathtaking expanses of boreal forest and unspoiled natural wonders to a thriving economy and genuine work/life balance, opportunities abound. Here you'll discover a place of rugged beauty. A place of real people. A place you'll never want to leave.

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