As we were unable to host the fire hall event’s annual lighting at the Hamilton fire hall, we have made this video for you to enjoy.
A Richmond citizen introduced us to this post (see picture) from a parent on the “Community of Richmond BC” Facebook group inquiring how they could get a Richmond Fire-Rescue toque for their future firefighter.
Richmond Cares Richmond Gives Christmas Fund Drive-through Toy event has been cancelled this year due to COVID restrictions; however, the Toy Drive is still happening.
Due to COVID restrictions, all Richmond Fire Halls are currently closed to the public – however – we’re still here, and we are always available to answer your questions or concerns.
The annual “Lighting of the Firehall event” at the Hamilton Fire Hall has unfortunately been cancelled due to COVID restrictions, however, we will be keeping with tradition and lighting the fire hall #5 at 5 pm on December 5th as we do every year.
Richmond Cares Richmond Gives Christmas Fund Drive-Through Toy Event has unfortunately been cancelled due to COVID Restrictions.
The City of Richmond is hosting an online Remembrance Day service this year, starting at 10:30 a.m.
Every building and townhouse complex in the city, by law, has to have a Fire Safety Plan.
Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week is November 1-7, 2020.
Richmond Fire-Rescue’s Vlog provides information on Halloween Fireworks rules and regulations.