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Rural Municipality of Moose Creek #33/ Town of Alameda volunteer fire department are staffed by 26 volunteer fire fighters and 5 first responders.  

The fire department owns and operates the following emergency response equipment:

1998 Freightliner Water Truck

2008 Ford Rapid Attack Fire Unit

2010 International 7400 Fire Pumper

2013 Ford F350 Fire Truck

2014 Polaris Quad and trailer

Fire Chief: Marlowe Brown

Phone: 306-577-1527

Email: [email protected]

Control Burn Number


The Saskatchewan Public Safety Agency (SPSA) is reminding all residents that with the warmer temperature and dry conditions the wildfire risk across the province can change quickly.

Saskatchewan currently has seven active wildfires, two are contained and five under assessment.

Residents are encouraged to take extra care using the following tips:

• Check for fire bans in the area

• Dispose of cigarettes and matches correctly

• Teach children not to play with matches or fire

• Float and stir campfire coals

• Don’t use machines or tools that may cause sparks

If you need to have a control burn:

• Check that there is no fire ban in the municipality

• Call 1-866-404-4911 before you start

• Have fire guards in place where you plan to burn

• Pay attention to the weather, don’t burn in hot, dry and windy conditions

• Have access to hoses, fire extinguishers and a water source

For updates regarding fire bans visit