The Whistler Fire Rescue Service is dedicated to promoting fire and life safety throughout the resort community as well as effectively mitigating problems when they occur.
The Whistler Fire Rescue Service strives to be progressive, achieving their goals by working with community partners to reduce the likelihood of incidents occurring, while staying trained and equipped to deal with emergencies when they occur. To do this, they actively engage and work with children, community groups and businesses to reduce risks.
The Whistler Fire Rescue Service offers a variety of programs and services to the community, all intended to provide a high level of life and property safety.
Proactively, we partner with the community, local businesses and other government services. From this stem programs like Business Fire Inspections, Day Care Fire Safety lessons, subdivision and building reviews, Community and Homeowner FireSmart and the Municipal Fuel Management Plans.
Reactively, we are trained and equipped to respond to fires and rescue calls when they occur. We do this in conjunction with other emergency responders, including the RCMP, BC Ambulance and Whistler Search and Rescue where appropriate.
This commitment is intended to minimize risk to residents and visitors and provides a safe environment for businesses to thrive in Whistler.
Since 2008, open air burning has not been permitted in Whistler, with the exception of campfires, under strict conditions set out in the Fire Bylaw.
Fire Rescue Opportunities
Want to be part of an innovative, caring, committed, community minded team? The Whistler Fire Rescue Service strives to be a leader in the areas of prevention, education and fire rescue services.
Whistler Fire Halls
- Hall #1: 4315 Blackcomb Way, Whistler Village
- Hall #2: 8900 Highway 99
- Hall #3: 1505 Spring Creek Drive, Spring Creek
For emergencies, dial 911
Whistler Fire Rescue Service
4315 Blackcomb Way, Second Floor
Office hours Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.