NORTH SAANICH FIRE DEPARTMENT
The North Saanich Fire Department is a composite career / volunteer department consisting of 4 career positions and approximately 35 volunteers operating out of two fire halls.
Do you have what it takes to be Volunteer Firefighter? The North Saanich Volunteer Fire Department (NSVFD) is accepting applications for Volunteer Firefighters. The recruit class will commence in December. Please review the NSVFD requirements and submit your application before the deadline of November 14, 2018.
SAANICH PENINSULA ALERT SYSTEM
North Saanich, Sidney, and Central Saanich municipalities have joined together to provide public safety alerts to the residents of the Saanich Peninsula. This system called Saanich Peninsula Alert, in real time, is designed to deliver critical and potentially life-saving alerts to residents and stakeholders who have registered. Alerts would be sent for events such as earthquakes, tsunami alerts, evacuation notices, or other safety threats.
To receive alerts, please register with Saanich Peninsula Alert. Your participation in this system is voluntary and all information you provide is protected and confidential.
NOTE: Any alerts sent over Alert Ready (Wireless Public Alerting System) takes precedence over any notifications sent via Saanich Peninsula Alert.
At any time you may edit your profile or unsubscribe.
FIRE DANGER RATING
|Please be advised the fire danger rating is now at Moderate. Burning in permitted outdoor appliances may resume.|
Effective Saturday, May 5, 2018 at sunset, all outdoor burning is closed for the season within the District of North Saanich. Please refer to the Burning Closure Notice for complete details.
If you have any questions or comments regarding North Saanich Emergency Services, please contact us during regular hours at 250-656-1931.
Our NON-Emergency number after regular hours is 250-475-6111 (Ask for the North Saanich Duty Officer)