Humboldt Fire Department
635 7th Street
Phone: (306) 682-2917
The Humboldt Volunteer Fire Department is committed to protecting the community and district and believes in the value of educating the public, especially the children, about fire safety. Humboldt is a participating member of the Humboldt and District Mutual Aid area with a network of communication servicing the member municipalities. The Humboldt Fire Department consists of 27 volunteer paid on-call firefighters, both female and male.
The full time Fire Chief is responsible for the training of the firefighters, fire inspections of all the businesses in the city and RMs, maintaining the equipment and caretaking in the fire hall. The part time Deputy Fire Chief is also a part time Building Inspector. He is responsible for helping with training the firefighters, fire inspection, building inspection and bylaw enforcement, maintaining the equipment and cartaking in the fire hall.
The Fire Department's equipment consists of the following:
- 2001 FreightLiner fire truck with 1050 GPM pump
- 1946 Vintage Chevrolet Maple Leaf fire truck used mostly for parades
- 2002 Chevrolet 1/2 ton truck used by the Fire Chief
- 2008 GMC Envoy vehicle used by the Deputy Fire Chief
- 2002 Ford 550 Rescue Unit
- 1989 Peterbilt tanker with 3200 gallon tanks for hauling water
- 1987 Ford 500 fire truck with 625 GPM pump
- 2012 Rosenbauer 75 ft. aerial apparatus
Outdoor Fire Pits
The City of Humboldt allows the construction of outdoor fire pits, upon application and approval of the Fire Chief. People interested in installing or constructing an outdoor fire pit should obtain a copy of the regulations from the Fire Hall or City Hall. A written permit is required before installation can begin.
For more information regarding the Fire Department, or the use of outdoor fire pits, please contact the Fire Chief or Deputy Fire Chief at (306) 682-2917.
To view the Outdoor Fire Pit Brochure, please click here.
Humboldt Emergency Measures Organization
Do you know what to do in case of emergency? If an emergency happens, it may take emergency workers some time to reach you. You should be prepared to take care of yourself and your family for a minimum of 72 hours.
Learn how quick and easy it is to become better prepared to face a range of emergencies - anytime, anywhere. Use this guide to create your own emergency plan. Use the checklists to build a 72-hour emergency kit. These basic steps will help you take care of yourself and your loved ones during an emergency.
Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)
1004 11th Street
Phone: (306) 682-2535 or 911 (province wide emergency phone number)
Policing for the city is provided under contract by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP).