LeRoy & District Volunteer Fire Department
The LeRoy & District Volunteer Fire Department covers the R.M of LeRoy and the area East of Highway #6 to Quill Lake.
The Leroy and District Fire Department is a paid/on-call volunteer organization made up of 26 men and women, 2 juniors and an additional 6 back up/auxiliary members in case of further personnel requirements. The Department responds to various emergencies in the service area including structure and grass fires, Motor Vehicle Collisions, Medical First Responder calls and landing the STARS helicopter.
Leroy has three IFSAC certified NFPA 1041 Fire Instructors trained by the OFC/SPSA (Office of the Fire Commissioner of Saskatchewan/Saskatchewan Public Safety Agency ). Deputy Chief Mundell and Training Officer Shaver have Level 1 qualifications, Chief Cockell has Level 2 Instructor Certification. The team also features 16 Medical First Responders. Leroy Fire is also a Training Partner with the Red Cross and has proudly trained many of the staff and students at the Leroy School in Standard First Aid.
The LeRoy & District Volunteer Fire Department has 4 apparatus, which consist of a seven seat rescue van (R91J), a six seat brush fire truck (U91J), a three seat front mount pumper with a 1000 gallon tank (E91J) and recently took possession of a 1996 five seat Hub fire truck with a 1000 gallon tank and deck gun (E92J).
Lanigan & District Ambulance – LeRoy Branch
The LeRoy Ambulance is a satellite of the Lanigan Ambulance Service. The LeRoy Ambulance provides 24 hour EMS coverage to the community. The crew in LeRoy consists of two full-time Primary Care Paramedics, two casual PCPs and two full-time Emergency Medical Responders and one casual EMR.
The Team boasts a new Demers Chevy 3500 4 x 4 Ambulance as its front line vehicle. The Town of LeRoy also has 16 volunteer First Responders.
NOTICE TO RESIDENTS UNDER THE
LeRoy & District Fire Department
The LeRoy and District Fire Department requires that any resident or individual contact the 9-1-1 dispatcher before the commencement of a controlled burn and upon completion. A controlled burn includes stubble fires, grass fires, old buildings etc. If an unreported controlled burn is responded to by the fire department, the landowner or resident will be charged $1,000.00 per hour.
To Report a CONTROLLED BURN PLEASE CALL:
(This number is answered 24/7 – 365 days)
When reporting a Controlled Burn you will be asked the following questions:
What is your land location?
What is your RM number?
Who is your Fire Service Provider?
What are location details?
What are you burning?
How long will your burn last?
Name and phone number
You will be asked to call back, once the burn has been completed.
PLEASE CALL 9-1-1 IF YOU SEE A FIRE, DO NOT CALL THE LOCAL FIRE DEPARTMENT MEMBERS OR THE MUNICIPALITY.