Pitt Meadows Fire & Rescue Service provides the following fire safety and injury prevention programs for seniors, youth, guardians, schools, community groups and businesses:
For more information on Fire Prevention and School Programs contact the Fire Prevention Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 604-465-2490.
Fire Hall tours
Normally, the Fire Department offers Fire Hall tours for community groups. Due to Fire Hall reconstruction and the temporary Fire Hall location, tours are currently unavailable.
Tours involve a fire and life safety education component and are best suited to those over the age of four. The maximum group size is 25 people.
Infant and child car seat installation
Choosing the right infant or child car seat and installing it correctly can help keep children safe when they are travelling as passengers in your vehicle.
Pitt Meadows Fire Rescue offers free infant and child car seat checks. You will be guided to install your car seat in your own vehicle. Please note that staff cannot install the car seat for you.
Schedule an appointment
Book an appointment to learn how to install your infant or child car seat.
Appointments are available Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Phone 604.465.2401 or email email@example.com.
Infant and child car seat safety
BCAA’s Child Passenger Safety Program provides comprehensive child car seat safety information, including how to do the following:
- choose the right car seat for your child from birth to over nine years old
- install a child car seat and secure your child
Fire extinguisher training
Pitt Meadows Fire & Rescue Service will teach your employees how to choose the correct fire extinguisher to safely respond to a small fire in your workplace.
Free smoke alarm testing or installation for seniors
The City of Pitt Meadows Fire & Rescue Service is offering this program in cooperation with the Fire Chiefs’ Association of BC and the Province of British Columbia.
Research has shown that individuals who are elderly or living with a disability and other at-risk populations face the highest risk of dying in a residential fire. This program is intended to allow individuals at higher risk to continue to live safely and independently in their homes.
It is recommended that one smoke alarm be installed on every level of your home.
Request smoke alarm installation or testing
Complete the top portion of the smoke alarm request form. Send the completed form:
Book Training or an Event
Contact the Fire Prevention Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 604.465.2490 to book training or complete the event booking form.