Fire Pit Safety

  • Closely supervise all outdoor fires.
  • Make sure the fire is out before leaving.
  • Supervise children around any fire outdoors, including campfires, fire pits, chimneys, and outdoor fireplaces.
  • Recreational fires such as one in a fire pit, need to be at  least 3 meters away from anything that can burn.
  • Avoid burning on  windy, dry days. When conditions are windy or dry, it is easy for open  burning to spread out of control.
  • Where outdoor burning is allowed, never  use gasoline or other flammable or combustible liquids.
  • When burning, have a hose, bucket of water, or shovel and dirt or sand nearby to extinguish the fire.
 

Public Education

Airdrie Fire DepartmentThe Airdrie Fire Department (AFD) offers a variety of public education programs, information and safety resources to help increase awareness of fire prevention and safety. 

Students, clubs, associations and citizens are invited to book educational tours, presentations and public education events with the Airdrie Fire Department. During public events, participants have the opportunity to meet the dedicated men and women of the Airdrie Fire Department, learn important fire and life safety information, see the fire halls and firefighting equipment and apparatus.

 

If you are a group that would like a tour of the fire hall or to have firefighters attend your club or school, please fill out the form below and you will be contacted by one of our staff to set up an age appropriate presentation for your group.  

 

Programs and Events Available:

  • Assisted Fire Drills
  • Career Information
  • Specific Fire Safety Presentation
  • Play Safe Be Safe
  • Seniors Program
  • Station Tours

 

Please click on link below for specifics of each program and events and requirements.

 

Contact us


Airdrie Fire Department Administration

P. 403.948.8880

F. 403.948.9994

Hours


Airdrie Fire Department Administration
Monday to Friday
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday
CLOSED