Manning & District Fire Department

Sod-Turning Ceremony

Construction on the new fire hall has commenced
(May 2011) and is planned to be operational this winter (December 2011).


Completed and Operational Manning Regional Fire Hall

Training

The entirely volunteer Manning & District Fire Department has served the area for more than 40 years. The service area reaches from Manning, north to Keg River, east to the Peace River, west to the BC border, and south to Dixonville. Fire coverage is approximately 2800 kms squared , and rescue coverage area is approximately 19,000 kms squared.


A full-service fire department, vehicles include: Two Pumper Trucks, Rescue Truck, Squad Vehicle, Tanker Truck, and Rescue Boat. In addition to a complete complement of firefighting equipment, the department also possesses hydraulic tools ('jaws of life', etc.) enabling extrication of occupants from vehicles.


If you are interested in joining the fire department you can contact Fire Chief Larry Brolly or the Town Office.

Meetings are every Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the firehall. (behind Town Office)

Former Mayor Dan Paulovich presenting Fire Chief Larry Brolly with a certificate and medallion for his dedicated years with the Fire Department.
Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the firehall. (behind Town Office)

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