Clearwater Regional Fire Rescue Services

Clearwater Regional Fire Rescue Services (CRFRS) was established 1999 when the Emergency Services from Clearwater County, Town of Rocky Mountain House, and Village of Caroline were combined. CRFRS protects Clearwater County and the municipalities with five stations. The fire stations are located in Nordegg, Rocky Mountain House, Leslieville, Condor, and Caroline. With these five stations, the Fire Rescue Services provide Fire Suppression, Vehicle Extrication, First Medical Response, Water Rescue, Ice Rescue, and Public Education services to the residents of Clearwater County and area.

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2020 Fire Services Master Plan

In mid to late 2020, BEHR Integrated Solutions completed the Clearwater Regional Fire Rescue Services (CRFRS) Fire Services Master Plan, which provides an operational roadmap for the future of fire services in the region. 

Phase One included the consultants conducting stakeholder consultation with over 30 people in-person interviews including elected officials and firefighters at various levels [HQ (4) Battalion Chief (3), Senior Captain (1), Captain (2), Lieutenant (2), Firefighter (4)].  In-person firefighter interviews were coordinated with a cross section of representation from all five fire stations, including fire members engaged with various committees. The broader fire service participated with an online survey with 50 respondents, more than half of the paid on call firefighters participating.  

Phase Two saw BEHR collect data for review of community risks, fire services, administration and available resources. During this phase Administration provided BEHR with all of CRFRS’ historical call data, agreements, budgets, bylaws, demographics, recent Fire Underwriters Survey (FUS), Quality Management Plans, mitigation strategies, risk assessments, service level reviews, training and standard operating guidelines.  

Phase Three took from August until October and the resulting Master Plan included BEHR's review performance, risk and gap analysis for the following plan areas: Emergency Fire Rescue Response; Facilities; Committees; Apparatus; Mutual Aid Review; Fire Prevention Public Education; Administrative Review; Insurance Underwriters Review.

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Annual Reports

Annual reports are to used to provide an overview of Clearwater Regional Fire Rescue Services statistics and important highlights for each year. The focus of the report is to provide information about CRFRS operational duties, services, as well as some frequently asked questions.