Burning - There is no active burning ban for the City of Vernon.
Vernon Fire - Rescue is responsible for community safety in many ways:
Responding to and mitigating emergency situations to protect life and property, minimize damage, injury or loss, and do so as quickly, effectively and as well prepared as possible are the primary goals of fire and rescue services.
During non-emergency times, Vernon Fire - Rescue is focusing on awareness, fire and life safety public education, legislation, bylaw compliance and training. More specifically Vernon Fire - Rescue provides:
- First Medical Response
- Fire suppression, fire inspections and investigations, including Fee for Service Agreements
- Road Rescue, motor vehicle incident responses
- Public education and community relations
- Hazardous Materials response and Confined Space Rescue, including Fee for Service Agreements
- Emergency Program and Emergency Support Services management
Submit a Fire Inspection Request
Custom inspections fall outside the realm of regular legislated inspections. If you require a fire inspection please use our fire inspection request form. Please contact your building inspector for building inspections.
If you would like to visit the Fire Station or would like the fire department to attend your event please use our request an event form. Please note that tours of the fire stations are only available Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm.