Richmond Fire-Rescue has created a new Vlog to keep you up to date with fire and life safety information, community events and answer your questions.
Richmond Fire-Rescue would like to congratulate the current recruits who have officially completed their one-year probationary period.
It’s MD Boot Drive Season!
Cooking is the leading cause of home fires and home fire injuries in Canada, and the majority of reported home fires start in the kitchen.
Richmond Fire-Rescue has obtained a retired Sikorsky helicopter airframe from Helijet.
The City of Richmond has issued a HIGH Fire Rating due to unseasonably high temperatures and low precipitation this week and into the weekend of September 11, 12 and 13.
But you knew this because you’re here!
Let’s breakdown the bylaw regarding the operation of BBQs and grills in Richmond Parks.
We don’t need a reason or a season to have a BBQ.
Both Smoke Detectors and Smoke Alarms expire, but how do you check?