The Crossfield Fire Department is comprised of 30 dedicated well-trained firefighters from around the community who respond to an average 300 calls for service each year.
Our firefighters continually participate in training to ensure they can provide the best response possible with the upmost professionalism. The Crossfield Fire Department provides response within the Town of Crossfield as well as coverage to surrounding areas with mutual-aid agreements.
Interested in joining the team?
The fire department is not currently accepting new applications.
Fire Bans may be announced throughout the year - please check the Town of Crossfield news and notices for up-to-date information. Alerts are also sent out via the Voyent Alert app, free to download from the App Store or Google Play.
- A Level 1 advisory means camp fires and backyard firepits are allowed and permits can be issued.
- A Level 2 advisory means propane and backyard fires are allowed, however, no new permits will be issued.
- Under a Level 3 ban, all fires are prohibited and no permits will be issued.
- Christmas Hamper Program
The Crossfield Fire Department along with local businesses assists with the annual Christmas Hamper Program including stuff the cruiser initiative in conjunction with the RCMP.
The Christmas Hamper Program starts taking applications in November with hamper delivery in middle of December.
Crossfield Fire Department
1601 Railway Street
PO Box 500 Crossfield, Alberta T0M 0S0
Fire Chief: Bill Messner
E-mail (NON-Emergency): email@example.com