Fire Department

                In the case of an EMERGENCY, please call 911.

The Corner Brook Fire Department personnel are trained and committed to providing high quality, efficient, and effective emergency services to those in the City of Corner Brook.

With CBFD’s more than sixty years of service to the community, and their total combined experience in excess of one thousand years, they show their commitment to fire safety in both emergency and non-emergency situations.

Emergency Services

911

                In the case of an EMERGENCY, please call 911.

When to call 911? – If there’s an immediate threat to someone’s health, safety or property

Remember: don’t use 911 for general information requests. For more information about using 911, visit www.nl911.ca.

Police

Royal Newfoundland Constabulary (RNC) is responsible for policing within the City of Corner Brook and can be reached at 709-637-4100

Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) is responsible for policing beyond the city limits and can be reached at 709-637-4433

Ambulance Services

Ambulance services are operated by two providers

  • Western Health, 709-637-5000
  • Reliable Ambulance, 709-634-2235

Non-Emergency Services

Fire Stations offer non-emergency services to help educate, train, and equip the community to be fire safe!

Fire Station Tours

Fire Station Tours are an opportunity to see and learn about modern firefighting equipment, including fire trucks, and to ask firefighters those questions you’ve always wanted to.

Public Education

To schedule public education events such as fire safety presentations, extinguisher training, the fire safety house, etc. please contact our office at  709-637-1616.

Outdoor Fireplace Regulations

For a full list of requirements for outdoor fireplace usage, click here.

No outdoor fires are permitted between the months of June to September, unless issued a permit by the Fire Chief or their designate. Click here for full bylaw details.

Fire Prevention 

Fire prevention Week

Fire safety is not an accident.  By working together, we can all reduce the number and severity of fire incidents.  Although one week is set aside each year as Fire Prevention Week, we all should make the effort to be fire safe all year round.

Visit Fire and Emergency Services Fire Prevention Week website for more information.

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