Learn about safety and security issues with Saskatoon Fire Department and Saskatoon Police Service.
Free 8 week course for older adults 55+ to learn about home and personal security, fraud prevention, internet security, traffic safety, elder abuse, K-9 policing, emergency preparedness, fire safety, fall prevention and when to call 911 and report an emergency.
Date: Feb 12 to April 15, 2020 Time: 9:30 am to Noon Location: Community Room of the Saskatoon Police Service (76 25th Street East) or the Community Room of Fire Station No. 3 (2613 Clarence Avenue South) Registration deadline Jan 15, 2020 To register and for more information, please contact either: Cst Dawn Epp email@example.comPH 306-975-8032 Dori Krahn firstname.lastname@example.org PH 306- 975-7715
A program in partnership with Saskatoon Council on Aging, Saskatoon Fire Department and Saskatoon Police Service
The Saskatoon Fire Department strives to provide a four-minute traveling response time to all areas in the City of Saskatoon. Geographic modelling shows this level of service and safety will be possible to Sutherland and University area neighborhoods when Fire Station No. 5 is relocated from 105 Street and Central Avenue to closer to the intersection of Preston Avenue and College Drive.
SFD will be hosting two public information sessions, for you and your residents to attend and learn more about this project.
Tuesday, November 7
Sutherland School, Library
211 – 111th Street
6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Thursday, November 9
Saskatoon Field House, Meeting Room #3
2020 College Drive
6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Due to the unusually dry conditions we have experienced this year, the Saskatoon Fire Department would like to take this time to remind everyone of the regulations for residential fire pits. Currently, we have not issued a fire ban within city limits.
Every use of a fire pit is subject to the following conditions:
– Fire must be contained within a non-combustible fire box constructed of material such as cement, brick or metal and covered with a heavy gauge metal screen. SFD recommends that fire pits be situated at least three metres from any combustible materials (ie. fences or buildings).
– The size of the fire box of any outdoor burning facility shall not exceed .61 cubic metres.
– Only cut, seasoned wood or charcoal shall be used to fuel outdoor fires. Burning tree branches and garden refuse in a fire pit is not permitted.
– All outdoor fires shall have responsible supervision at all times.
– Always have a source of water nearby to extinguish once you are done.
– No person shall light an outdoor fire when the weather conditions are conducive to creating a running fire or allowing the smoke from the fire to be a nuisance to another person (smoke drift).
– If smoke from an open-air fire causes an unreasonable interference with the use and enjoyment of another person’s property, the fire shall be extinguished immediately.
The following items are not permitted to be burned in fire pits within Saskatoon city limits:
– Garden refuse
– Manure, livestock or animal carcasses
– Any material that is classified as a dangerous good
– Any material that will create dense black smoke when burned
– Any material that will create a foul odour when burned.