Where's the Fire?

12:54 AM - Apr 26, 2017

In service & standing by for next call...

Previous Calls

Stand Down for Residential Fire Alarm - Parker Mountain Road Granville Ferry- 2:45 pm Apr 24/17


Residential Fire Alarm - Parker Mountain Road Granville Ferry- 2:37 pm Apr 24/17


Pumper and Crew to Stand By At North Queens Fire Station - 1:03 pm Apr 21/17


Mutual Aid to Bridgetown 2nd Grass fire - Chute Road Beaconsfield - 4:30 pm Apr 19/17


Mutual Aid Bridgetown Grass fire in woods - Chute Road Beaconsfield - 4:02 pm Apr 19/17


Mutual Aid Stand in - Lawrencetown Fire Hall - 2:33 pm Apr 19/17


Grass Fire - Granville Road, Victoria Beach - 11:40 am Apr 19/17


Grass Fire - Hollow Mountain Road Port Royal - 3:16 pm Apr 15/17


Stand in at North Queens Cancelled - 2:18 pm Apr 15/17


2nd. Call to Stand in at North Queens Cancelled - 2:18 pm Apr 15/17


Medical - Shore Road West, Parker's Cove - 11:46 am Apr 15/17


Grass fire Granville Road, Karsdale - 1:02 pm Apr 14/17


Grass fire Highway #1 Granville Centre - 11:46 am Apr 12/17


Grass fire Old Post Rd. Clementsport - 3:01 pm Apr 10/17


Stand in at Bear River Fire Station - 4:01 pm Apr 9/17


Stand down/cancel - 8:16 pm Apr 3/17


MVA Moschelle - 8:08 am Apr 3/17


MVA Old Trunk 8 Rd. - 9:36 pm Mar 27/17


Two vehicle MVA - Annapolis Causeway - 4:23 pm Mar 27/17


Fire Alarm St. George St. - 1:13 am Mar 23/17


Medical Old Post Rd. Clementsport - 11:41 am Mar 21/17


M/A Industrial Structure Fire Centerlee - 8:40 am Mar 21/17


MVA Highway 8/101 - 8:23 am Mar 13/17


Call Cancelled - 6:22 pm Mar 10/17


Residential Fire Alarm - 6:18 pm Mar 10/17


Chimney Fire Cape Road - 7:27 pm Mar 3/17


Medical Clementsport - 1:49 am Mar 1/17


Chimney Fire Youngs Cove - 7:37 am Feb 27/17


MVA/Entrapment Highway 8 - 9:37 pm Feb 22/17


Medical Karsdale - 3:05 pm Feb 12/17


 

Fire Chief's Message

On behalf of the members of The Annapolis Royal Volunteer Fire Department, I would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to our website.

A bit of history on the Annapolis Royal Volunteer Fire Department. The department’s history can be traced back to the 1811. This was confirmed by evidence of the production of regulations of the Annapolis Royal Fire Engine Company, dated 1811 and adopted in 1812. Since that time the department has evolved from the dark ages to the modern day fire department.

The present day Annapolis Royal Volunteer Fire Department has branched out in several areas of operations including: Structural firefighting, fire prevention, water rescue, motor vehicle accidents and medical first responders to name a few. This is all accomplished by a volunteer membership of approximately 40 members.

The Annapolis Royal Volunteer Fire Department responds to approximately 100 emergency calls per year and is on call 24/7 365 days per year. Weather is no object, the department will respond where life safety and property involved.

Take a look at our web to see what we are up to and I hope you enjoy your stay with us.

 

Malcolm Francis, Fire Chief
Annapolis Royal Volunteer Fire Department

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