The Strathmore Rural Fire Department is actively seeking local women and men  to be volunteer firefighters at our Strathmore Hall.

 The Strathmore Rural Fire Department provides Fire Protection services and Rescue Services within the County of Wheatland in the rural area surrounding the Town of Strathmore. The department responds on average to 180 emergency calls each year.

 Training meetings are held on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month in Strathmore and Wednesdays in Carseland commencing at 7:30 pm.

Benefits of Membership:

  •  Free Training – All firefighting, rescue, and required medical training is provided.
  •  Experience – for those interested in pursuing full-time firefighting employment.
  •  Remuneration - for attendance to calls and meetings.
  •  Rewarding Experience – make new friends, provide a necessary service to your community, make a difference.

Basic Requirements:

  •  At least 18 years of age. Be in good general health
  •  Reside within a 5 minute response time of the  Strathmore Rural Fire Hall
  •  Have a reliable means of transportation.  No previous training required
  • Valid driver’s license free of major offenses.
  •  Attendance at bi-monthly meetings/practices and occasional special events
  •  Completion of 1 year probationary term.
  • Completion of minimum training requirements
    • First Fid, CPR, Firefighter #1, Firefighter # 2, and Vehicle Extrication

How Do I Apply?
Come to one of our training meetings, we'll give you a chance to participate and give you an orientation.

We meet on the first and third Tuesdays at 7:30 PM at the Strathmore Rural Fire Hall located at the intersection of East Lake Road and East Boundary Road. (1 mile north of Wal-Mart )


For inquiries, Contact Chief Heilman at 403-369-3482

randy adams,
May 3, 2012, 1:20 PM