Fire Department

Emerald Park Fire Department

Welcome to the Emerald Park Fire Department (EPFD), a dedicated team committed to safeguarding the lives and properties of the residents and businesses of Emerald Park, the RM of Edenwold, and surrounding areas. 

We take immense pride in our mission to serve and protect our communities. With a steadfast focus on excellence, our team is comprised of highly trained professionals who are ready to respond to any emergency with skill, precision, and compassion. 

While the fire hall itself has only been operational since July 2022, our Team has over 100 years of combined emergency service experience and is equipped with state-of-the-art apparatus, including a pumper, wildland vehicle, tanker, and command unit. Our commitment to ongoing training and modern equipment ensures that we are always prepared to handle whatever comes our way.

Beyond our operational duties, EPFD is involved in community outreach and education initiatives. We believe in fostering strong relationships with the people we serve, providing fire safety education, and promoting a culture of preparedness within our community.

Fire Protection Agreements

The RM has fire protection agreements with the Towns of Balgonie, White City, and Pilot Butte, the Village of Edenwold, and the Hamlet of Kronau. According to the terms of these agreements, individual landowners are not charged for call-out fees or services rendered.

Note: While the RM has standard fire protection agreements with Balgonie, White City, Pilot Butte, the Village of Edenwold, and the Hamlet of Kronau, the municipality has a secondary service agreement with the City of Regina. This means that the city will only respond if another fire department calls for assistance. As a result, when the City of Regina responds to a call, all associated fees are invoiced to the person receiving service. This invoice can be, at minimum, $10,000. The RM recommends all residents have adequate fire insurance to prevent a costly invoice.


Volunteers Welcome

Becoming a volunteer firefighter can be a rewarding and valuable way to serve your community. It is, however, a decision that should not be taken lightly. It takes considerable dedication, a serious ongoing commitment to mental and physical fitness, and many hours of training. 

No experience? No problem. We will work with you to provide you with the tools to become a great firefighter. You will need to start with a desire to help people and willing to learn new skills and face new challenges. We work closely with the Saskatchewan Public Safety Agency and follow internationally recognized training programs. Many of our members receive their professional Firefighting certifications, through our training programs, and move on to becoming career firefighters.

Responsibilities include:

  • Approximately 9 hours per month for training & equipment inspections: 
    • Practices 1st & 3rd Tuesday of each month. 
    • Inspections last Thursday of each month. 
  • We are on call 24/7 365 but we are still volunteers so expectations for responding to emergencies are unique to individual availability and other commitments. 
  • Open to and participate in ongoing training/best practices. 
  • Be a team player. 

If you don’t feel comfortable going into a fire or climbing a ladder that is okay, we have lots of other roles that are required during an emergency. i.e.) traffic control, pump operators, safety officers, equipment support, etc.


All residents who are at least 18 years of age and live in or close proximity to our Fire Response area are eligible to apply. 

Additional requirements for acceptance include: 

  • A valid Saskatchewan class 5 drivers license. 
  • Physical & mental well-being. 
  • Criminal Record Check, including vulnerable sectors, will be required.

If you would like to volunteer with the Emerald Park Fire Department, please contact:

Download an Emerald Park Fire Department Application Form here 

Email us at or leave a message at the RM office: 306-771-2522