Asher the Fire Dog

Meet the newest member of our fire department.

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Fire Trucks

Township of Langley Fire Department

The Township's Fire Department is committed to protecting life, property, and the environment.

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Join the team!

The Township of Langley recruits multiple times per year for paid call and career Firefighters.

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Welcome Squad 4 and Crew

Welcome to the new Squad 4 firetruck, new firefighters, and other enhancements added to keep community members safe.

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Our Fire Department

Committed to protecting life, property, and the environment, the Township’s Fire Department comprises of career members, paid-call crews, and administrative staff who respond to fires, vehicle crashes and other emergencies. The division coordinates emergency planning, prevents fires through education and planning, conducts fire investigations, and trains staff, the public and other agencies.

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Recognized for excellence

The Township of Langley Fire Department is the first agency in British Columbia and the ninth agency in Canada to earn an Internationally Accredited Fire Organization standing. The Fire Department is also one of more than 250 agencies to achieve Internationally Accredited Agency status with the CFAI and the Center for Public Safety Excellence, Inc.

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Public education

Our Public Safety and Community Risk Officers provide educational services predominantly focused on fire prevention and life safety to reduce and prevent fires from occurring. This is accomplished through in-person fire and life safety programs and via the website, social media, bus shelter ads, emails and other digital formats.

Fire prevention

Public Safety and Community Risk Officers, in collaboration with property owners, engineers, architects, and the Township's Building and Planning Departments, work diligently to correct hazards and raise fire safety awareness through inspections, permits, plan reviews, and enforcement.
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Fire safety tips

The Fire Department strives to prevent and reduce fires from occurring through a number of public fire and life safety education programs delivered by our Public Education Division. Educating the public about how to survive a fire and prevent fires from starting in the first place are important responsibilities.

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Fire Safety Initiatives

Prevent wildfires

The first step to preparing your home for wildfires is to learn about what you and your community can do to prepare for one. Planning and preparation are key to being fire safe. Take preventive measures against fire hazards by using non-combustible building materials, clearing vegetation, and removing combustible items around structures. Also, create space between tree crowns and maintain a non-combustible ground cover. Regularly clean up debris to eliminate potential fire fuels.

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Location

Discover our Fire Halls

Fire protection and backup emergency medical services are provided to the citizens of the Township from seven fire halls located throughout the Township. We have Fire Halls located across the Township: Murrayville, Fort Langley, Aldergrove, Willoughby, Brookswood, Otter, and Walnut Grove.

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What's Happening

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