Fire permits are required in the Municipal District of Bonnyville No. 87 from April 1st to October 31st of each year. Between November 1st and March 31st no permits are required for open burning in the M.D.
The Bonnyville Regional Fire Authority requests that Between November 1st and March 31st all open burning in the M.D. be registered by calling 780-826-7446. When you register your burn during the non-permit season it will reduce the number of non-essential emergency responses made by the fire departments to investigate smoke.
When registering your burns please be prepared to provide the following information:
- Legal land description or rural address
- Material being burnt
- Contact phone number
- Expected completion date of the burn
If you have any question please contact the Bonnyville Regional Fire Authority at 780-826-4755 during regular business hours (8:30 am – 4:30 pm).
The Bonnyville Regional Fire Authority provides Fire Protection, 911 & Dispatch Services, as well as Emergency Medical Services to many areas in North East Alberta. In addition to the municipal fire service, the Authority provides industrial fire protection services under contract to Imperial Oil Resources and Canadian Natural Resources Ltd.
- Regional Fire Stations
The Bonnyville Regional Fire Authority consists of 9 Fire Stations spread throughout the Municipal District of Bonnyville No. 87. These stations are located in Goodridge, Glendon, Iron River, Lacorey, Bonnyville, Ardmore, Fort Kent and the City of Cold Lake (contracted).
Bonnyville Regional Fire Authority Administration
Bonnyville Regional Fire Authority Administration is not an active fire response hall. Three vehicles are allocated to this station. A 2011 Chev 1500, a 2006 Ford Expedition and a 2002 Ford 4x4. These units are for use by administration. Station 9 is the designation given to the City of Cold Lake Fire & Rescue Department, which provides services under contract to the Authority in the Cold Lake area of the M.D. of Bonnyville. The locations of these Stations have evolved over time based on population densities, electoral divisions and the amalgamation of Improvement District #18 and the Municipal District of Bonnyville No. 87.