The Clarence-Rockland Fire Department (CRFD) is a composite force of career and volunteer personnel covering a response area of over 300 km square. We operate out of three fire stations, an administration and emergency operations centre and a training facility.

On the following pages learn more about:

  • how to become a volunteer firefighter
  • open air burning rules and regulations with details about which permits you need
  • permit applications and certificates for open air burns, special event fireworks, Fire Safety Plans and water shuttle accreditation
  • fire safety and prevention information
  • how to book education and special event visits

Stations, Equipment and Response Area

Station 1 is located at 2130 Laval Street in Bourget and is equipped with:

  • pumper
  • tanker
  • squad
  • wildland fire capability

Response Area: rural and urban areas of Bourget

Station 2 is located at 1484 Landry Road in Clarence-Creek and is equipped with:

  • pumper
  • pumper-tanker
  • squad

Response Area: rural and urban areas of Clarence and back-up support for Stations 1 and 3

Station 3 is located at 1550 Laurier Street in Rockland and is equipped with:

  • pumper
  • quint
  • rescue
  • squad
  • marine Unit

Response Area: rural and urban areas of Rockland

Our services

We respond to emergencies including:

  • fires
  • rescues
  • hazardous materials incidents
  • environmental incidents
  • life threatening medical incidents
  • marine incidents

We are also responsible for:

Our mission

Our primary mission is to prevent fires and to provide a range of programs to protect the lives and properties of the citizens of Clarence-Rockland from the adverse effects of fire, accidents, sudden medical emergencies, exposure to dangerous goods or conditions created by man or nature.

Contact Us

Clarence-Rockland Fire Department

infofire@clarence-rockland.com

613-446-6022