Government of Canada funding has fitted Brighouse Fire Hall No.1 with 136 solar panels, each rated at 435 W.
“Stick it don’t Flick it” is our 2020 The World is Not Your Ashtray official campaign!
As many of you are likely aware, claims that containers of hand sanitizer will catch fire or spontaneously combust if left in a hot vehicle have recently gained attention in traditional and social media.
Yesterday We unveiled new art wraps on our utility boxes located on the southside of the Brighouse Fire Hall facing Granville Avenue.
April 7th a new class of 12 recruits begins their careers with Richmond-Fire Rescue.
Richmond Fire-Rescue is committed to our community.
When we at Richmond Fire-Rescue adopted the Vision of being the “Best Fire Department in Canada,” some people wondered how we would establish this goal.
Here are a few pictures of our Brand NEW Fire Truck!
Richmond Fire-Rescue is graduating another new class of firefighters.
On December 15, 2019, Fire Chief Tim Wilkinson accepted an award on behalf of Richmond Fire-Rescue for “Public Safety Contribution” at the Richmond 140th Anniversary Awards.