Buckland Fire & Rescue

Over 50 years of dedicated volunteer service to the RM of Buckland and greater area. Find out more about the Buckland Co-Operative Volunteer Fire Fighters here.

Our Equipment

Buckland Fire & Rescue has evolved from the first truck in 1969 to today's range of equipment to handle emergency situations of all types ranging from structure, vehicle, grassland and forest fires to vehicle accidents and extraction.


Any person who starts a fire is responsible for all suppression costs and possible liability from damage caused by the fire. If you do decide to burn, choose to do so under conditions that minimize health and safety risks. Buckland Fire and Rescue’s controlled burn process begins with a call to the dispatch center at: 306-922-FIRE (3473)

Emergency Preparedness

If an emergency happens in your community, 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.

Remember To Call Before You Burn

Call in all controlled burns to: 306-922-3473 (Fire) If your burn is within 4.5 km of a Provincial Forest also call: 306-953-3422 to obtain a burn notification number.

During the Winter Months!!!

Check the batteries in the Smoke and Carbon Monoxide detectors in your home making sure that they are functioning properly!!! So you and your family can have a Safe Winter Season.

Buckland Fire & Rescue

Welcome to the new Buckland Fire & Rescue website. We're striving to have the the latest information available to our members in one easy to find spot www.bucklandfire.com

One simple email to get in touch with us: info@bucklandfire.com