Evacuation ALERT

1Evacuation Alert South of Highway 24 #2 Area | Evacuation Alert South of Highway 24 #2 Area Read More


2Evacuation Alert East of the Fraser River to South of Chimney Lake | Evacuation Alert East of the Fraser River to South of Chimney Lake Read More


3Evacuation Alert - Anahim Lake and Nimpo Lake Area #4 | Evacuation Alert - Anahim Lake and Nimpo Lake Area #4 Read More


Evacuation ORDER

Evacuation Order Kleena Kleene Area #4 | Evacuation Order Kleena Kleene Area #4 Read More


Evacuation Order Tatla Lake Area | Evacuation Order Tatla Lake Area Read More


Kluskus, Blackwater, Clisbako, Nazko Area Expansion #1 Evacuation Order | Kluskus, Blackwater, Clisbako, Nazko Area Expansion #1 Evacuation Order Read More


Fire Protection

The Cariboo Regional District currently administers 14 volunteer fire departments throughout the region. They are:

Deka Lake Lac La Hache Wildwood Bouchie Lake
Lone Butte 150 Mile House Kersley Barlow Creek
Forest Grove Miocene West Fraser Ten Mile Lake
108 Mile Ranch     Interlakes

 

All volunteer fire departments operated by the Cariboo Regional District are recognized for insurance purposes by the Insurance Advisory Organization.

The Cariboo Regional District has established mutual aid agreements between fire departments, which encourages a cooperative approach to maximizing the level of service provided to our constituents. The agreements allow equipment and manpower from departments to assist neighbouring fire departments in the case of large fires or concurrent incidents.

Mutual aid agreements are also in place with the three municipal fire departments: the District of 100 Mile House, the City of Williams Lake, and the City of Quesnel, as well as with several independent and First Nations fire departments.

For further information regarding fire protection services, contact the Supervisor of Services by telephone at 250-392-3351 or toll free at 1-800-665-1636 or download our Fire Protection Brochure.

To Report a Forest Fire, call 1-800-663-5555. To check for current fire situations, visit www.bcwildfire.ca


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