The Emergency Program has recently added the FireSmart BC program  to the Neighbourhood Emergency Preparedness Program suite of courses.

As we all share the responsibility for reducing the potential impacts of wildfire, we encourage our residents and property owners to join us in this important effort.

There are seven basic FireSmart principles, each of which play a role in a community’s wildfire resiliency: 

  1. Education
  2. Vegetation Management
  3. Emergency Planning
  4. Cross-training
  5. Interagency Cooperation
  6. Legislation and Planning
  7. Development considerations 

The FireSmart Coordinator who is trained as a Local FS Representative is available to help motivate and engage citizens to plan and act towards reducing wildfire losses in the community.  

If you have questions about how you can become a FireSmart Neighbourhood Champion, or how you can learn more about FireSmart in Pitt Meadows, contact  the FS Coordinator at 604.803.3804 or email 

Free FireSmart Assessments 

To arrange a free FireSmart Assessment for your property, contact FireSmart Coordinator Jaswin Singh at or 604.803.3804.

Upcoming Workshops and Events

A free Farmer's FireSmart Workshop is taking place on Saturday, April 23, 2022 from 9:30am - 12:30pm at City Hall as part of the Neighbourhood Emergency Preparedness Program (NEPP). This workshop is suitable for all producer types - from livestock to mixed agriculture operations to vinyards, tree fruit and field crops. Learn more here and email or call 604 .460.6713 to register (late registrations accepted).

FireSmart Resources

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