A great person in the community. She will be greatly missed. Our condolences to Peter and family.

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In the last week there have been 2 instances that campfires have been abandoned without being put out. It is vitally important to put campfires out before leaving the area.Please be responsible when having campfires as it is extremely dry and it wouldn’t take much to have a bad fire season.

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Our firefighters were out a couple of weeks ago working on FireSmart mitigation (Before the prohibition). Remember, effective as of 12 p.m. (noon) Pacific Daylight Time on Thursday, March 28, Category 2 and 3 open fires will be prohibited across the entire Cariboo Fire Centre. This prohibition includes the Cariboo Chilcotin Forest District, the 100 Mile House Forest District and the Quesnel Forest District. The following activities, equipment, materials and substances will also be prohibited:-Fireworks-Sky lanternsThis prohibition does not ban campfires that are half-metre high by half-metre wide or smaller, and does not apply to cooking stoves that use gas, propane or briquettes.Stay safe everyone!

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The crew working on FireSmart around the Firehall.

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Archive for December 2016

Newest Addition to the Fleet

Thanks to a lot of hard work from our volunteers, we got the snow plow in-service by Dec 21.  This will allow us to react quickly if we get a big snowfall, clearing the lot. In the past we have relied on volunteers with small machines or occasionally Interior Roads would plow the lot for us.

With Dry Hydrants in our future at access 5 and 10, we will also be able to keep them plowed in the event we need water.

I would personally like to thank the executive for thinking of the future and all our dedicated volunteers for making us ready for whatever winter brings us before the Christmas Holidays.

With this level of commitment by all our volunteers, as our mission statement states, ‘We are ensuring a Safe Community”

Peter McKie

Fire Chief

Winter is here!

All apparatus chained up and ready before the cold weather hits us.
Thanks to all who helped make this happen, ensuring we are ready if called. Thanks to Aaron Bregg, Bob Bell, Steve Gehl, Roger Graham, Art Groves, Jim Smith, John Sullivan and James Walter.
Upcoming Events

Forest Fires

To report a wildfire or unattended campfire, call *5555 on your cellphone or toll-free 1-800-663-5555.

70 Mile Transfer Station Hours
70 Mile House Transfer Station Hours

Mar 1 - Oct 31

(Summer Hours):


Saturday: 8-4

Sunday: 8-4

Monday: 8-4

Tuesday: 8-4

Wednesday: 8-4

Thursday: Closed

Friday: Closed



Nov 1 - Feb 28

 (Winter Hours):


Saturday: 10-4

Sunday: 10-4

Monday: 10-4

Tuesday: Closed

Wednesday: 10-4

Thursday: Closed

Friday: Closed


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