Guiding tours of the Fire Hall/ Museum to visitors, residents, and school groups
Participating in community events such as the Senior’s Fair and Community Connect Day
Organizing Disaster Day to promote emergency preparedness
Hanging banners on Baker Street to support community initiatives
Providing assistance to residents with smoke alarms, CO2 alarms, and fire safety concerns
Participating in fundraisers, parades, and community events
Fire Department Museum
The fire department museum is located in the Fire Hall. Tours are offered between 8 a.m. and 9:30 a.m., and 10:30 a.m ,and 12 p.m. year-round. We have two 1944 Bickle-Seagrave fire trucks (an aerial and a pumper), memorabilia from the filming of the movie Roxanne, and information on fire safety.
Our staff also raise funds for local family shelters, offer first aid at mountain bike races, assist with supervising social gatherings, and bring out the antique fire trucks for automotive show n' shines.