Protective Services

Committed to serve and protect our community

The Emergency Services department is comprised of a team of dedicated and professional staff who commit themselves daily to safeguarding those who live, work and play within our borders. Through education, inspection, enforcement, community relations and emergency response, the Emergency Services department is tasked with maintaining the health, safety and quality of life of the region.

This department is comprised of three primary sections: Bylaw Enforcement, Protective Services and Animal Control. Together, these departments serve the community by providing health and safety, animal control, enforcement of provincial statutes and municipal bylaws, emergency management, education, prevention and cooperative support with local RCMP and other government agencies.

In the event of a FIRE, POLICE, MEDICAL or other emergency requiring immediate assistance: DIAL 911.

Do you live in Vulcan County and have an incident that needs to be reported to municipal enforcement? Residents wishing to file complaints regarding municipal enforcement incidents can now do so by phoning the following number: 403.485.3114 (open 24/7, 365 days)

Protective Services Quick Links

  • Vulcan Fire Department (station 18) was created in the early 1950’s. We are currently sitting at 21 members, and always want more. The Vulcan Fire Department started out
  • The Bylaw Enforcement department is committed to serve, protect, and provide a desired quality of life for residents and visitors
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  • Mission: "Working together towards the establishment of a regional approach to fire protection and emergency management, based

  • No Restriction in Effect

    Under the authority of Bylaw #2017-003, part 13, Vulcan County hereby issues cancellation of a Fire Restriction that was enacted on September 3, 2020. Vulcan County has moved to a No Restriction status. Fire permits are required for any type of burning in Vulcan County, except campfires. Safe campfires are allowed in campgrounds and backcountry or random camping areas. While fire permits are being issued at this time, you must watch the County website and Alberta as the Fire Status could change and permits may be cancelled with little to no notice.


  • Alberta Emergency Alert is a public warning system in Alberta that warns the public on impending or occurring emergencies affecting an area. The system was implemented in October 2011, replacing the former Alberta Emergency Public Warning System.....


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Vulcan County

Vulcan County, conveniently located in beautiful sunny southern Alberta, is a vibrant and progressive rural community with prime farming, ranching, residential, leisure and recreation opportunities. Strategically situated one hour south of Calgary and one hour north of Lethbridge, we offer a rich quality of life in a rural setting.

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General Contact Info

 Box 180, 102 Centre St. Vulcan, AB
 (403) 485-2241
 (403) 485-2920

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