This year’s theme is bringing awareness to scald injuries.
Another year, more statistics!
Richmond Fire-Rescues Online Education Program is on fire!
Richmond Fire-Rescue is excited to roll out our new Online Education Program for Kindergarten/Grade 1 students.
The Richmond Firefighters Charitable Societies Annual Tree Chip event takes place on January 7th and 8th this year at Garry Point Park.
Fire Chief Jim Wishlove and The Squad were happy to help out our good friend @RoadSafetyHarv by providing seasonal messaging to help reduce drinking and driving fatalities this holiday season. Check out our videos @ICBC.
The year’s “Lighting of the Fire Hall” event will be held IN-Person at Hamilton Station, 22451 Westminster Hwy.
Richmond Fire-Rescue continues to protect and serve our community with pride.
The 8th Annual Richmond RCMP Toy Drive is happening Saturday, November 19th, between 8:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. at the Lansdowne Mall Parking Lot.
This year’s Remembrance Day ceremony will be a LIVE and IN PERSON event held at the cenotaph on the East side of the City Hall building.